ODM Reveals The State of Affairs in Odinga's Former Strongholds Ahead of 2022
By Cheruiyot97 | self meida writer
Published 6 days ago - 3 views
Raila Odinga courtesy Facebook
Orange Democratic Movement ODM party communication director Philip Etale has on Thursday revealed the state of former prime minister Raila Odinga's support on strongholds areas.
Hos message comes at a time political re-allignments takes shape with former Odinga allies Musalia Mudavadi l, Kalonzo Musyoka and Moses Wetangula now chatting different political paths.
It is expected that the ditching of Odinga by the former National Super Alliance NASA principals will creat a void in OdingaKalonzo camp and perhaps lose support from section of former stronghold areas.
Etale has however come out clear to claim Odinga's support is still intact and solid in areas that have been supporting him in the past.
He said Odinga still commanded support in his strongholds be it Coast, Eastern, Riftvalley Nyanza or Mt Kenya region.
"@RailaOdinga's CONSTITUENCY is solid. Whether in Western, Nyanza, Coast, Rift Valley, Mt. Kenya, Northern Kenya etc, IT NEVER CHANGES, IT NEVER SHIFTS. So trying to blackmail him hoping to rip from NO SWEAT is a big DREAM. Kuja Polepole jamaa" Etale tweeted.
Philip Etale courtesy Twitter
Etale was seemingly aiming a jibe at deputy president Dr William Samoei Ruto camp after Kisii county Joined other regions perceived to be Odinga's strongholds in passing the Building Bridges Initiative BBI drive in their assembly.
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