Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) deputy party leader and Kakamega county governor Honourable Wycliffe Oparanya has made headlines several times. This is because of the meeting he had with deputy president William Ruto. This is the meeting that none of them has been able to reveal the agenda.
With the political season in the offing, there were several rumors that Oparanya was sent by his party leader Raila Odinga to talk to the deputy president about the possibility of them forming a coalition. However, both Raila and Oparanya rubbished the claims. However, some said that may be Oparanya wants to join DP's hustler movement.
ODM party has come out and spoke on the the reports of his defection. ODM has dispelled reports that Wycliffe Oparanya is set to abandon the party to join DP Ruto’s hustler movement. In a statement, the party said Oparanya is a loyal member and ardent supporter of his boss and party leader Raila Odinga.
However, as we all know, in politics, anything can happen. There are no permanent friends or permanent enemies. As we approach elections, some of the political coalitions might surprise us. Only time will tell.
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