Arama commits to ODM after meeting party leader
17 March 2015, 12:32
Nakuru - Nakuru west Member of Parliament, Samuel Arama has rescinded his decision to ditch the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM), saying that he has made up with CORD leader, Raila Odinga.
Arama, who has for a long time been at logger heads with the ODM, said that he met with Raila who promised to address his grievances.
Speaking in Nakuru town Tuesday morning, Arama said that he decided to rescind his move after realising the JAP was out to use and dump him.
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"The truth is that Jubilee has been trying to pull me out of ODM and they almost succeeded before I realised that they just wanted to use me and later leave me by the road. ODM is my party and I will be in ODM to stay," said Arama.
"I met the party leader and tabled my grievances which he listened to and promised to address and with that assurance I see no reason of leaving the party," he added.
Arama, who is the only ODM MP in Nakuru County, was among the ODM party MPs who were branded as moles after they started befriending the ruling Jubilee coalition.
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