Orange Democratic Movement party has been experiencing tussles in their party. The fallout in the party has been widening as we approach the 2022 general elections. Since the ODM party cracked the whip on Rarienda MP honorable Otiende Amollo there have been more tensions in the party.
Kakamega governor honorable Wycliffe Oparanya hosted Rarienda Member of parliament honorable Amollo Otiende and Siaya Senator honorable James Orengo. The three leaders attended the service at Butere in Kakamega county.
There is scanty information about their meeting. But lately, Siaya senator honorable James Orengo has been having a firm stand on the ODM's party moves. He had revealed how he cannot be intimidated for the rest of his life.
Kenyans have been speculating that the three leaders are in a move to sanitize our politics. As we head the next general election, leaders are expected to hop from one party to another. Will ODM remain intact as we head the general election?
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