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Munya: ODM a collapsing house

23 May 2012, 14:26 Anthony Muriuki

East African Community Assistant Minister Peter Munya has asked politicians still in Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) to quit the party before it collapses and leaves them in the cold.

Speaking at Laare in Igembe North District the Tigania East legislator said that ODM is collapsing and those still in the party will face a big loss after the general elections.

“ODM is a collapsing house and many founders, the Pentagon members, have already decamped the party and joined other political parties after sensing the death of ODM and now they have followed the right track where the government is going,” said Munya.

Addressing hundreds of residents during a URP Presidential hopeful William Ruto’s rally, Munya called upon all presidential aspirants to unite and team up to win against ODM.

He noted ODM cannot form the next government owing to many internal wrangles afflicting the party saying Kenyans cannot be ruled by individuals who do not have the mercy of people at heart.

‘We don’t want to elect leaders who will not put the interests of every Kenyan first and carry out the legacy of President Mwai Kibaki once he retires from power,” he said.

Munya pointed out that the rest of members still in ODM should follow William Ruto, Musalia Mudavadi and Najib Balala’s example after defecting from the movement and setting a good example by uniting with others in a bid to win the next election with the majority votes.

“We are asking William Ruto, Uhuru Kenyatta, Kalonzo Musyoka, Eugene Wamalwa, Musalia Mudavadi and the rest to unite and support one presidential candidate to face Prime Minister Raila Odinga in the ballot box.

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