Panic in ODM camp as Miguna Mocks Oburu Odinga after this information goes Viral
By davidonaMauro | self meida writer
Published 26 days ago - 18 views
Dr. Miguna was swift to take to his Twitter and Facebook account the posts that Mocks the ODM leader Raila Odinga's brother Dr.Oburu Oginga after the information of Uhuru plot to support Musalia Mudavadi in the the coming general election.
Miguna puts it clear that Oburu had sort for and begged the president to endorse his brother Raila Odinga for the 2022 Presidency to continue strengthening their handshake agreement that has seen BBI come to the alleged unity of Kenyans.
In the leaked information of president's inner cycle planning to endorse the ANC leader Mudavadi to battle it out with the strong Deputy President William Ruto in the coming general election, it's all panic in the ODM camp as this may ruin the relationship that has been there between the two.
Raila and his supporters had strong faith and belief that after the BBI and referendum, the president would endorse him as the next man to battle it out with Ruto next year for the last time.
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