Former Nairobi governor Evans Kidero has taken a swipe at ODM over their lack of development mindedness. Kidero takes an issue with the party arguing that they are a team that only accepts leader's who sing songs such as 'Tibim and Tialala'. These are slogan's mainly said during demonstration's. In short, Kidero means that the party is more accomodating to leaders who support retrogressive politics as compared to those who align towards development. He adds taht you will never hear them talk about the need to bring water to the people.
This comes just hours after him alongside other former leader's opted into the ruling party United Democratic Alliance.Kidero vied for the Homabay gubernatorial seat and was trounced by Gladys's Wanga of ODM. He then went to file a case citing that the election's were marred by violence and other irregularities. He would later lose.
Translation from dholuo:At ODM they only need those who say Tib and tialala, you will never hear them talking of taking water to their people.
As at this time, Kidero has already applied for the CAS post and will be hoping to be picked by President William Ruto. This might just be his pathway back to top status politically in the country. He spoke on Ramogi TV on Tuesday night.
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