Sections of Luo leaders have started to send alarm over the rift brewing between Raila and some anti BBI leaders within Orange Democratic Movement. Leaders who spoke in Migori was Keen to point at a meeting that was called by ODM chief, Raila Amollo Odinga only to be snapped by Orengo but instead Orengo choose to attend a burial held in Siaya.
The leaders now want Orengo to respect his party leader daring him of political consequences. Trying to downplay the his anti BBI opinions Orengo has assured BBI Supporters that BBI will be passed on Tuesday and referendum will be held on July.
James Orengo, Otiende Amollo are among key senior ODM leaders who have taken strong stand against BBI as they want some sections changed before it goes to referendum.
The ideological difference in ODM has attracted mixed reactions from Me Kenyans with Kipchumba Murkomen today twitted that that it's a fight between Idealist and dealers democracy, human rights and good governance against the merchants who want BBI passed as is to please the Deep State.
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