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Sibling competition after two DAP-K MPs ditches to ODM party after meeting Raila in Nairobi

Today the former prime minister Raila Odinga hosted members of parliament from Kakamega for a consultative meeting in Nairobi. The meeting comes a day before his planned rallies in the county from tomorrow.

The leaders from Kakamega county were led by Kakamega governor Wycliffe Oparanya who doubles as ODM party national deputy party leader. Former UNCTAD secretary general Mukhisa Kituyi and Suna East legislator Junet Mohammed were in attendance.

Two legislators from Kakamega county who had earlier ditched ANC party to DAP-K party defected to ODM party. The two legislators included Butere legislator Tindi Mwale and Matungu legislator Peter Nabulindo. The two legislators ditched ANC party and joined DAP-K party last month.

" Glad that MPs Titus Khamala, Shinali Bernard, Emmanuel Wagwe, Peter Nabulindo and Tindi Mwale have agreed to join ODM party" wrote Suna East legislator Junet Mohammed on his official Facebook page.

Democratic action party of Kenya alias DAP-K party has already endorsed Raila Odinga presidential bid under Azimio La Umoja movement. The new party led by defense cabinet secretary Eugene Wamalwa is one of the affiliate party in Azimio movement.

Today defection is a sibling competition as the two political parties strive to control larger Western region. Defense cabinet secretary Eugene Wamalwa and his team has been crisscrossing different parts of Western region popularizing themselves.

Three legislators from Kakamega county also ditched from ruling Jubilee party to ODM party. The include Navakholo legislator Emmanuel Wagwe who doubles as Majority chief whip, Ikolomani legislator Bernard Shinali and Lurambi legislator Bishop Titus Khamala.

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