Kakamega governor, Wycliffe Oparanya and a close ally of ODM party leader, held a fruitful meeting with the party leader, Raila Odinga in Nairobi today. He was in the company of ODM Chairperson in Nairobi region, George Aladwa.
Their meeting basically intended to look at ways to improve on ODM party influence in the entire western region.
To do that, ODM laid out mechanisms to apply that included recruitment of new members, ways to unify the party and also strengthen the party at grassroots.
"With my PL Hon @RailaOdinga, we held a meeting with @TheODMparty Nairobi County Leaders from Western Kenya led by Nairobi County ODM Chair Hon @aladwa_george.We discussed how to strengthen our party at the grassroots, recruitment of new members, unity of the party ", Wycliffe said.
The meeting is layman's language aimed at looking at ways to silence the influence of UDA, Ford Kenya and ANC. More importantly is the UDA which is growing at a fast rate.
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