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ODM Moves to Strengthen its Stronghold, Goes After 5 Influential Leaders Who Had Quit The Party

Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party is determined to keep its popularity intact with the 2022 general elections being less than fifteen months away.

The ODM leadership has expressed its fears that in case it loses its support base and more so from its stronghold spots, its numbers in county assemblies, the Senate and national assembly might be compromised.

The party is keen to ensure there are no fall outs com 2022, when they will be conducting their nominations for different posts.

A number of leaders who quit the party before have re-joined after they held discussions with the party's leadership, with reports that more ex-members are aso being sought to join the party.

Some of the former members anticipated to rejoin include; the Former Gem Member of Parliament Jakoyo Midiwo Former Kisumu Governor Jack Ranguma, Former Ndhiwa MP Agostino Neto Ndhiwa, ex-Kabondo Kasipul Sylvance Osele.

Others are; Dalmas Otieno from Rongo and also MP Olago Aluoch who was elected under the Ford Kenya party after ditching ODM.

Aspiring ODM's candidate for Bonchari by-elections Pavel Oimeke and John Momanyi are among devoted members who had shown disinterest few years ago.

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Agostino Neto Ndhiwa Ndhiwa ODM Orange Democratic Movement Senate


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