Hon Isaac Mwaura, who is the nominated Senator, and also a close ally to Deputy President William Samoei Ruto ignited a hot debate online when he sent this strong message to Hon Jimi Wanjigi over the status of ODM Party. (Courtesy photo)
He said there were ODM goons in Githurai and Migori, and therefore, Jimi Wanjigi will soon realize that he is an unwelcome guest like many of them who came to know while they were in the same Party.
It's remembered that Hon Jimi Wanjigi cars were stoned in Migori County as he was trying to campaign for his Presidential ambition￼￼ through ODM party. Notably, the rowdy youths who were chanting Raila's name caused commotion and cut short the his speech. ￼His post attracted several comments from Kenyans, majority of them agreed with him that any person who goes against Raila Odinga political stand in ODM is unwelcome guest. These are some of their reactions:Kindly enjoy reading, comments and don't forget to share widely
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