Odm Party leaders have developed concerns over the presidential candidates where several leaders are eyeing for the ticket. Amongst them includes Raila Odinga, Hassan Joho, Wycliffe Oparanya and Jimmy Wanjigi.
However, concerns have been raised over Jimmy Wanjigi's real intentions as he leads in the fight for the presidential ticked with Odm party. Its in record that Wanjigi has been attacking Raila Odinga requesting to retire in active Politics and give young team chance to contest for the top seat.
Jimmy Wanjigi who hails from Mt Kenya has remained with a firm stand that he has to be in ballots comes 2022 and Raila's allies have been questioning his hard stand. It's in public domain that his meeting was desrupted in Migori a thing that raised alot of reactions. The blames were shifted to Migori County Governor Hon Okoth Obado with accusations of funding the youths towards humiliating Jimmy Wanjigi. Others holds views that Wanjigi might be a project to ruin Ralia's votes
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