Orange Democratic Movement ODM party leader Raila Odinga has cancelled his planned visit to Kisii county. An earlier information from The Standard Newspaper had indicated that Raila Odinga was to land in Kisii County today where he was to be hosted by Governer Ongwae in Kitiyu Chache North Constituency home to the current longest serving Member of Parliamnet Jimmy Angwenyi who is also the Jubilee's Deputy Majority Leader who had hinted at joining ODM.
Orange Democratic Movement, ODM party leader was touring the Kisii region with other intentions of bringing ODM leaders together after reports emerged that they are reading from different pages as Ongwae's succession takes shape.
Here was The Standard Newspaper report.
However Raila Odinga and his handshake team cancelled this meeting but instead chose Nairobi where he attended a Sunday service at Jesus Teaching Ministry JTM, Soweto, Embakasi East hosted by Embakasi East Member of Parliamnet Babu Owino.
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