The controversial blogger Dennis Itumbi has allegedly exposed Azimio La Umoja's plans of whipping all ODM Governors in the country to raise a kitty to finance Raila Odinga's presidential campaign. A thing that has sparked alot of reactions from people across the country. According to the report shared by the UDA online strategist Dennis Itumbi, in the meeting all governors proposed to contribute a whooping among to facilitate their boss campaign.
In the meeting, it is allegedly that some ODM Governors, proposed that each Governor to contribute at least Shs 10 million and at most 15 million to aid the Azimio La Umoja's presidential campaigns.
However he did not disclose where the meeting was held. Therefore the meeting wanted a standard or a uniform figure for all Governors.
Embu governor Martin Wambora however insisted on a lower figure saying he was comfortable with Shs 2 million.
Finally according to the report shared, the meeting failed to agree on the uniform figure and they agreed to hold another meeting.
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