Today, the embattled nominated Senator Millicent Omanga received a delegation of once ODM party grassroot leaders from Embakasi East who defected to what she alleges to be the fastest growing party linked to the Deputy President Ruto: UDA.
She shared the photos of her with the aforementioned new party members on her Twitter handle a move which invited a vigorous and steamy discussions online.
A section of Kenyans have since alerted the controversial senator to be keen with the city politics citing that it is very tricky and challenging. They gave examples of the former Gatanga MP Peter Kenneth who despite of having a recommendable financial muscles, did not secure the gubernatorial slot in the previous general elections.
Some expressed that without quoting the word ODM, the senator's tweet could not have attracted the attention. They have additionally dared the senator to go for an elective seat instead of sitting back and waiting to be nominated.
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