The immediate former Narok North constituency member of Parliament Hon Moitalel Ole Kenta, has denied ditching former prime minister Raila Odinga for president William Ruto. He clarrified that the reports are fake and misleading.
Former prime minister Raila Odinga and Former Narok North constituency member of Parliament Hon Moitalel Ole Kenta in a past rally. Photo/Courtesy.
The ODM gubernatorial candidate in the August 2022 General elections stated that he is in the party as per the wish of his constituents who voted for him overwhelmingly.
He said that should there be any political move then he will do it according to the will of his supporters who have always supported his political career.
On Why He withdrew case against governor Patrick Ntutu, Ole Kenta clarified that he only listened to Narok opinion leaders led by Bishop Jackson Ole Sapit for the sake of peace adding that the withdrawal was not a sign that he had ditched the Orange Democratic Movement party as reported by various media houses.
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