Presidential aspirant running on the Orange Democratic Movement ticket Jimmy Wanjigi has expressed his dissatisfaction regarding the politics being displayed by members of his party. The billionaire businessman who is set to go head to head on a pleliminary election with the party leader Raila Odinga has accused the party of having no democracy and transparency because of conmen pretending to be pro-democratic within the party headquarters but are only after their selfish interests.
According to a publication by Standard media, he further accused the woes in the ODM party as a result of the handshake arguing that the party politics is being controlled by top officials. He further continued to say that the handshake between President Uhuru Kenyatta and former Prime Minister Raila Odinga was all about destroying the goodwill and image of the party.
As the 2022 election campaign is gaining momentum, the former Prime Minister is yet to declare officially that he will be on the ballot paper come next year.
Here is a video of Jimmy accusing the members;
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