Meet Jaoko Oburu Odinga, Raila Odinga's Family Member Who Could Be A Force To Reckon In Future.
Jaoko Oburu Odinga is one of the family members of the ODM leader Raila Odinga and he is also the son to the elder brother of the Raila, Dr. Oburu Oginga who is a well Known public figure in the country and the MP for the East African Legislative Assembly (EALA).
Jaoko Oburu Oginga could now be a force to reckon and he could take over from the ODM leader Raila Odinga as a very powerful and able force just like his uncle talking a look into his slow but rise into leadership and indeed he is a true definition of an Odinga.
Currently, Jaoko is the County Chief Executive or minister of Roads and Public Works and in 2022, he will be making his debut to the National politics after he declared his interest to vie for the Bondo constituency Member of Parliament seat.
In 2018, the ODM leader who is his uncle had already endorsed him for the Bondo parliamentary seat and he will be battling it alongside other bigwigs from the area and indeed, Jaoko is not just and Odinga, he's more than an Odinga.
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