Politics in Kenya is changing on the daily basis. Currently leaders are busy discussing BBI bill. Leaders are arguing the basis of sharing seventy proposed Constituencies. This issue has created disagreement among the ODM and other leaders allied to president Uhuru Kenyatta. The issue on contention has united political leaders who had different views initially. It is believed that leaders allied to DP Ruto and some section of leaders allied to Raila are now reading from the same scripture.
More storms are pressuring leaders from Luo nation. The Senate Minority leader Honourable James Orange in company of other area MPs were forced to flee the area after the urgly incidence in Siaya. The function that was taking place in Osimbo Bar in Alego ended prematurely after residents created a commotion. They demanded an address from their aspiring MP Honourable Ochogo.
It was believed that the current area MP Honourable Atandi deliberately ignored Honourable Ochogo because he was he main competitor. The meeting was also attended by Otiende Amollo the MP for Rarieda Constituency, and Aduma Owuor the MP for Nyakach Constituency.
ODM leaders who were present claimed that the aspiring MP Honourable Ochogo planned and sponsored the conflict. In his response, Honourable Ochogo said that the conflict rose when leaders present ignored demands of the residents.
"The locals were demanding that I had to address them before the senator spoke so I went to the podium thinking that following the demands, the senator who allow me to address the locals after the area MP ignored me".
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