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Babu Owino Told Him To Form His Own Party & Leave ODM Alone

After Babu Owino and Ledama Olekina were discovered to be at the center of the present argument over who should lead the parliamentary committee for the ODM, the former governor of Nairobi, Evans Kidero, replied.

Babu Owino, a member of parliament for Embakasi East, sparked the most recent controversy in the party when he vowed to prevent John Mbadi, the ODM's chair, from succeeding him as the chair of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC). According to Owino, places for ODM youth leaders were allegedly not taken into consideration.

Former Nairobi governor Evans Kidero seemed to concur with Embakasi East MP in response to Babu Owino and Ledama Olekina that youths in ODM are believed to be soldiers and the army of the party but when bread is being shared nobody worries about it.

Kidero claimed that it extends beyond what has occurred in the selection of the parliamentary leadership to even the nominations to county assemblies around the nation. Kidero observed that the ODM party had neglected its young members.

Evans Kidero asserted that ODM is both a personal asset and a business asset, and that its owners use it to maximize their own financial gains and wealth growth.

Kidero has additionally advocated that young leaders like Babu Owino, the MP for Embakasi East, and Narok Senator Ledama Olekina, both of whom disagree with the Orange Democratic Movement party, should consider starting their own party.

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