It is good news for the Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga as vocal political leader from the vote rich Western region now maintains that he has no political links with the Deputy President Dr William Ruto's Tangatanga Movement.
Photo of the Deputy President Dr William Ruto while addressing a political gathering. Image/File.
The Kakamega county Governor Hon Wycliffe Oparanya has said that he is still very loyal to his Orange Democratic Movement Party and his party leader Raila Odinga and he has not at all left the party.
Photo of the Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga. Image/File.
The vocal ODM governor had earlier been linked with a political move to the Deputy President's Hustler Movement camp, a move that he (Oparanya) rubbished during his Wednesday meeting with the Former Prime Minister and some political leaders from the Western region.
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