The Orange Democratic Party leadership has denied circulating claims that what happened to Jimmy Wanjigi in Migori was planned by the party. This is after rumours went viral Jimmy Wanjigi was betrayed by his own party members after he had slightly abused them for denying him a chance to visit Nyanza region.
Suna East MP, Junet Mohamed has come to save Jimmy Wanjigi saying they have called upon the police to resume investigations in the involved parties. Jimmy Wanjigi was almost hurt when a stone thrown by the rowdy youths narrowly missed his head. The situation turned chaotic as police threw teargas cans to dismiss the youths who didn't leave until when Wanjigi left the place.
John Mbadi also reacted to this saying Jimmy Wanjigi was a loyal party member to ODM. He dismissed circulating claims that ODM organised what he experienced in Migori.
"Those who pelted Wanjigi with stones are not ODM party members," John Mbadi told local radio station.
However, he said that ODM party Chairman and Mbadi himself were not aware of the meeting.
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