ODM party Secretary General Edwin Sifuna found himself in a hot soup after his temper was tested today, Wednesday, during Spice FM's morning show dubbed the 'Situation Room' following a series of questions surrounding the credibility and achievements of his party from the station's three host journalists as well as the radio's listeners who had a chance to call.
The vocal Raila diehard got irked by former Raila supporter identified by the radio as Moha from Coast region, who vowed never to vote for any leader allied to a political party again. Moha said that after being a staunch ODM supporter for years, he has come to realise that the leaders elected through the ODM ticket only champion the interest of their party leader and not that of the people who voted for them.
Moha told Sifuna that he can make a lot of noise in the radio instead of helping poor Kenyans by solving the problems affecting Kenyans like the high prices of fuel and increased taxation on common commodities.
He claimed that after listening to Sifuna, it is evident that electing leaders through the ODM party will not solve the current situation.
"Sifuna has been saying that the genesis of debt level is the fuel prices, why don't they solve that? What Sifuna is trying to tell us is that this is just a show but they are not going to change anything," Moha said.
"I have made a decision that I better try independent candidates because these guys only do what their party leader wants," he added.
The ODM Secretary general quickly jumped shoot other questions and fired back at Moha, claiming that it was not safe for him to say that the interest of the voters are not considered by the ODM party.
Sifuna said that all the decisions made by the party are on the best interest of the common mwananchi. He told Moha that a push by ODM legislators to lower the taxation on bread or solving the high fuel prices do not benefit the ODM party leader in any way because he neither consume bread nor operate a motorbike. He also claimed that Raila can not go to coast hospital for treatment when sick.
"It is not safe to say that we do not register the interest of the voters. When you talk of taxation, Raila don't even eat bread, he does not ride a motorbike, he do not go to coast hospital when sick. Removing taxation does not benefit Raila Odinga,"angry Sifuna said before a journalist interrupted.
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