Lawyer Donald Kipkorir has come out to spill the beans on the position of Jimmy Wanjigi in odm. In his tweeter account Kipkorir alleged that Wanjigi is a DP Ruto's project and wonder why he doesn't vie for presidency using UDA ticket. He alleges that UDA diehards are obsessed with Odm primaries.Kipkorir has been a close confidant to Raila Odinga and a serious critic of DP William Ruto and feels that presence of Jimmy Wanjigi in Odm isn't of any good will but he his a UDA mole that is meant to frustrate hon Raila Odinga. He kindly request him to leave the party and join UDA party and get a ticket and use it in quest to succeed president Uhuru Kenyatta.
On other hand DP Ruto has been criticizing Odinga and his close allies like Lawyer Kipkorir for lying to kenyans through promising goodies. He fails to understand why they never did that when they were in government for the past years. He alleges that he is the best fitted man to succeed president Uhuru Kenyatta comes 2022.
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