Jimmy Wanjigi is a renowned businessman who is in contention for next year's presidential election. Being a lifetime member of the Orange Democratic Movement Party, Jimmy is seeking the party's endorsement.
However, Jimmy's ambitions are being hindered by Raila Odinga who has also expressed his interest in a presidential seat through the ODM ticket. In the recent past, job Jimmy had voiced his concerns about how the party is treating his candidature.
By being the party leader, the former prime minister has a high probability of being trusted with the ODM presidential ticket. Over the last three elections, Raila has been ODM's presidential candidate.
Orange Democratic Movement may be in for a rude shock after Jimmy Wanjigi's positive remarks about UDA's Cate Waruguru. He showered Caye for ditching President Uhuru's Jubilee for Deputy President's United Democratic Alliance.
If Wanjigi joins the hustler movement, will Raila Odinga's presidential ambitions suffer a blow? Let us know what you think in the comments section.
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