That the ongoing tension between the ODM Party Leader Hon Raila Odinga and his coastal region allies might complicate his 2022 Presidential Bid is now doubtless. This is after another ODM Government has lovely claimed that they (coastal region residents) feel isolated, demoralized, and betrayed by the fact that their importance or value counts when the former prime minister wants to advance his political ambitions.
According to the report by the standard on Saturday, Honorable Granton Samboja is said to have protested Raila's alleged decision to endorse new ODM defectors ahead of the upcoming 2022 general election for various seats leaving those people who have been loyal to the party since the beginning of time.
At the same time, it has now been reported that the ODM Party leader might lose several allies from his coastal region due to the ongoing Party wrangles ahead of 2022. Speaking on the condition of anonymity, another senior ODM Leader has now announced that they are working on their plan B (which may include laughing new parties or joining Ruto's camp) now that it's evident that the ODM party has been hijacked.
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