The 2022 General Elections contest is no doubt picking its momentum and the transfer season among politicians is here.
Many leaders will be keen on reading the situation on the ground before making a bold decision on a political party they will use to seek re-election.
For Narok Senator Ledama Ole Kina, his party of choice is unquestionable.
According to Kina, He is fully a member of ODM and that is the party he will most likely use to seek re-election in 2022.
"Mimi niko ODM elfu Kwa elfu!" he stated.
It is not clear whether he will go for the Senatorial seat or contest for a gubernatorial seat given that his current county boss Governor Ole Tunai is serving his constitutional last term.
The vocal Senator is an ambitious man who is keen on holding a high-ranking position in the country's political scene and that it will be no surprise to discover that he has gone for a bigger seat.
Leama is one of the ODM leader Raila Odinga's loyalists in the region who has fiercely defended the party and stood with it at the hour of need.
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