Questions continue to be raised on who ODM party is seeking to ally with days after the party Chainman Wycliffe Oparanya was spotted holding a meeting with Deputy President William Ruto. Another ODM vocal legislator has issued another statement that has left political pundits across the nation scratching their heads as to who Raila Odinga and ODM are targeting to work with.
According to Homabay Member of Parliament George Kaluma, the sole purpose of ODM is to capture power through all means including working with like-minded individuals who have for long been perceived not to be favorites to work with the former prime minister.
Kaluma has insisted that ODM will seek partnership with individuals that will propel them to power come 2022. However, the biggest question is who is this person that ODM is seeking to form a partnership with. Many political pundits believe that Ruto is the man that has been frontier to be the target of ODM and Raila Odinga.
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