Kisumu County Senator, Fred Outa has today warned Orange Democratic Movement, ODM party saying that “Kama wataleta nyoko nyoko," then they ate ready to decamb out of ODM vowing that Kisumu County Governor Anyang' Nyong'o must go home in the looming August general election.
Speaking during at Karanda Primary School, in Ahero Ward, Kisumu County, Fred Out said that the time has come for Anyang' Nyong'o to home
This comes after the battle for Kisumu has intensified with former Raila Odinga's supporters like Outa who stood with Nyong'o in 2017 leading to his win Decamping with a Team comprising Kisumu Ex-Governor Jack Ranguma, CAS Ken Obura among others vowing that Nyong'o must go.
Picture Of Fred Outa (Right) Anyang' Nyong'o (Left)
They say they will pick one candidate next month to face off with Nyong’o warning ODM party leader over bangling with ODM nominations in favour of Nyong'o. They accuse Nyong’o of failing to develop Kisumu County
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