Political dramas have been the order of the day in our beloved country. As we approach 2022, political leaders are trying as much they can to remain clean and smart. Most of the politicians are facing more forces from their contestants ahead of 2022.
ODM and Jubilee party has been working together as they strengthen their relationship. President Uhuru's handshake with Raila has brought peace and unity to our country. Recently, the two camps have been disagreeing to appoint that the ODM had decided to dishonor handshake.
The tussle between the two parties has been disclosed openly when jubilee party MCA's in Nairobi county warned their ODM counterparts. The jubilee party legislators condemned a section of ODM MCAs for dragging the name of President Uhuru into the county's negative affairs.
Nairobi county led by Assembly Majority leader honorable Guyo has warned ODM legislators after ODM legislators had alleged that President Uhuru's name is used to influence county operation at the City hall.
"It has become a tendency for some few ODM MCAs to invoke the president’s name whenever they want to push for their negative agenda in the assembly,” Guyo said.
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