ODM members were meeting few party delegates from Marsabit county at chungwa house, Nairobi. Among the attendees of the meeting were ODM party leader Raila Odinga, party chairman ,John Mbadi, Opiyo Wandayi and Junet Mohammed.
While speaking, John Mbadi reminded them about Raila's manifesto which were drafted long away when he first vied for presidency. He also urged them to ensure that they stick to Azimio la Umoja as that's what they direly need considering the security situation in Marsabit.
The most controversial part of his speech was when he talked about Ruto. He said that Ruto has been spreading politics of hate as if somebody had taken control of his wife or his lands.
" Nataka kuguzia siasa ile inaendelea ambayo ni ya hasira. Mimi naona naibu wa rais anaongea na hasira ni kama mtu amechukua bibi yake , kama amenyang'anywa ardhi ama mtu amebomoa nyumba yake. Hata unashangaa huyu mtu tumemkosea nini." Read part of his speech.
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