ODM Chairman John Mbadi has heavily castigated city tycoon Jimmy Wanjigi for opening party offices without following the right process and procedures. According to Mbandi, the tycoon has jumped the gun as he cannot be compared with the political weight of Raila Odinga.
According to John Mbadi, it's clear the people that Jimmy Wanjigi has been meeting lately are not part of ODM delegates rather his own people. He however has promised him that 2022 party ticket will go to Raila Odinga however how much he tried.
John Mbadi has accused Jimmy Wanjigi of failing to follow party structures before moving to open party offices without the express authority of the party. He has therefore warned the tycoon that they are not interested in people of his calibre in ODM.
The fact of the matter is that Jimmy Wanjigi has been asking Raila Odinga to retire from politics and leave him to lead the party to prosperity. According to Wanjigi, he will carry the party ticket moving into 2022 and nothing whatsoever will stop him from capturing the top seat for he was ready and determined to meet DP Ruto at the ballot having prepared well for such a powerful duel.
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