The youthful Embakasi East Member of Parliament Hon Jeremiah Ongili popularly known as Babu Owino has reportedly taken Governor Hassan Joho and Amazon Kingi today on Wednesday in Kilifi. Addressing the two in Raila's Presence, Babu has sounded a serious warning to the two regarding their plan to form a coastal party. According to the outspoken lawmaker, Kingi and Joho might lose the support of the coastal people if at all they would defect from the Orange Democratic Movement party.
"Nimeskia kuna watu Karnataka kuunda chama kingine na si viabaya, lakini niwaulize, Kwani Ukipata Bibi Wa kando unapswa kutoroka yule mzee? Hii mambo baba hatutakubali, lazima wafunzwe adabu kwa sababu ukweli lazima usemwe," Babu Owino claims. Watch the video using the link below.
This comes after ODM party leader Raila Odinga had earlier sounded a strong warning to the two against forming an my coastal party, claiming it is a move that promotes tribalism.
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