In light of unconfirmed rumors that the Raila-led ODM Party is beginning to fracture, Narok County Senator Hon Ledama Ole Kina, a close ally of Azimio-One Kenya 2022 Presidential candidate Hon Raila Odinga, has joined the growing list of leaders who have started positioning themselves ahead of the upcoming 2027 general election.
The Son of Maa, using his twitter handle, has invited all prospective leaders and youth to begin building their networks in the interior, guaranteeing them of his committed support in the impending general election in 2027.
"Inshallah, I will encourage and assist 94 young men and women from 47 counties when they run for governor and the Senate in 2027. I'll soon divulge the strategy. However, in the meanwhile, if you want to be one of them, please begin developing your network at the local level "Ledama said.
The Development therefore occurs just a few hours after the western leaders allegedly claimed that ODM had degraded the Luhya Community.
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