There have been a lot of anticipation that Orange democratic movement is set to make a coalition agreement with Kanu party. Reports that have been reported by blogger Dennis itumbi says that the ODM movement Party leader Raila odinga will be the guest of honour in a meeting that will be held in Safari Park on 27th where he will chair the meeting for the coalition agreement with Kanu party.
Taking to his Facebook account Dennis itumbi has hinted that the party will merge with ODM in a deal that will ensure Jubilee party which is a coalition coparticipant with Kanu party indirectly merge with Gideon moi's party. Itumbi indicates that Raila odinga has received the green light from the State house after a recent meeting that was allegdly cancelled by the state in which Raila odinga was to be the chief guest.
The blogger has suggested that Mount Kenya tycoons will attend the meeting and will be required to fund Raila odinga's campaign.
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