Lang'ata Member of Parliament Hon Felix Odiwuor famously known as 'Jalas' has been dealt a major blow after Orange Democratic Party Leader Honorable Raila Odinga made a bold move yesterday.
While addressing the matter yesterday, the Azimio Coalition leader announced that the rebel leaders who ditched Azimio Coalition for Ruto's Kenya Kwanza government will face disciplinary actions next week.
Lang'ata MP Jala, Kisumu senator Hon Tom Ojienda, Gem Member of Parliament Hon Elisha Odhiambo among other Azimio Coalition leaders who ditched their party in last few months for Kenya Kwanza government are among the leaders who may find it rough through Odinga's axes.
Mr. Odinga promised that the axe will apply to ally party leaders who rebelled be it Jubilee or any other party that was previously under Azimio Coalition before 2022 general elections.
Odinga had earlier directed these leaders to vacate their position and leave the party with immediate effect to allow for fresh election.
His calls did not bear any fruit something that has forced the former Prime Minister to call for a displinary action next week.
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