Jimmy Wanjigi is known to the political arena as a fearless and firm learder. He is a learder who speaks his mind. He was a firm follower of ODM under the former prime minister Hon Raila Odinga until when he fell out with the party learder shifting to Safina party. Wanjigi who is a Reknown businessman has today toured Siaya in a bid meant to remind the people of his intentions to liberate them from Odinga who has been their kingpin for over four decades now.
Being Odinga home county, Wanjigi advice to have the Luo community chart a new political path away from Raila Odinga was not received well among the people who hope Raila will liberate them and clinch the presidency. A group of people were silent while he addressed the people in a church service.
This group of people murmured moments later showing their dissatisfaction with Wanjigis statement in Railas home county.
Wanjigi is considering getting back his grounds and bounce back to the political arena.
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