With less than 12 months remaining before president Kenyatta's term comes to an end, leaders and politicians from different regions have been drafting strategy plans ahead of the highly anticipated polls.
Billionaire Jimmy Wanjigi is looking to battle it out with Odm leader Raila Odinga in the race for the Odm ticket in 2022. However, Wanjigi has faced lots of opposition and backlash, especially from Raila's Nyanza region.
A few days ago Wanjigi visited Nyanza and was forced to cut short his meeting after his entourage was attacked with stones. There have been reports that the youths had been hired by certain leaders to frustrate the ODM Politician.
Speaking during an interview on Radio Namlolwa, Wanjigi alleged that Odm Director of Elections Junet Mohammed was the man behind the cowardly act. According to Wanjigi, Junet is hell-bent to deny Wanjigi the Odm party ticket.
This is contrary to initial suggestions by Junet Mohammad who blamed Migori governor Okoth Obado for what happened to Wanjigi.
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