The Luo council of elders has divided following remarks my Migori Governor Okoth Obado a few weeks ago. According to Obado, he is contemplating quitting ODM which is the party that sponsored him to the top seat in his two terms in office.
According to The Standard newspaper, the council of elders is divide into two with some opposed to the move while others okaying his move. Those opposed claim that Raila Odinga is the community spokesperson and that he is the person better placed to make decisions on behalf of the community.
Obado who is also contemplating running for the top seat in the country has been seen as the strongest opponent of Raila Odinga in Luo Nyanza. The second time governor has for long been opposed to some of Raila Odinga’s ideologies and openly castigating him for his form of leadership.
Obado who has been closely linked to Deputy President William Ruto has claimed that he will not relent in his quest to fight for the rights of his people of Migori.
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