Jimi Wanjigi is already planning to make a come back in Migori County after his first visit was marred by chaos with some residents pelting stones at his convoy. The politician cum businessman was on a four-day tour in Nyanza where he was popularizing his bid to be ODM Presidential aspirant.
Speaking during one of his visits, Wanjigi said he was confident of wooing delegates from those regions and that they will vote for him during the party's nomination. He, however, said that in case of loss during party elections, he will throw his full support behind party leader Raila Odinga.
“I am confident that I will win a good majority of these delegates because the time for fresh leadership in the party and the country has come. I will, however, support Raila should I lose in a free and fair nomination,” he said as quoted by a local media house.
He also revealed that he will be opening offices in all parts of the country and that by the end of September, 13 of those offices will be operational specifically in the Mount Kenya region.
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