Governor accuses CORD members of selling him to Jubilee
01 September 2016, 09:29
Nairobi - I'm ready to work with Jubilee, A CORD Governor says.
Busia Governor Sospeter Ojamong says that Busia is open for business with Jubilee but only if it is business and nothing else.
He says that politics aside, he is happy to see development in his County which can be brought forward by working with the Jubilee government.
" I will work with the government but as long as it is not about politics," he told News24 in a phone interview.
Ojamong says that the people of Busia will make their own political choices but that at present they are a part of the CORD Coalition.
" This is a CORD region. I say it unapologetically," he stated.
Ojamonga has been accusd of working closely with the government but denied it had anything to do with politcs.
" I am in CORD and anyone saying different is being mischevious," he added." There are a few within CORD who want to sell me to Jubilee but they will not succeed," he added.
Ojamong says that he will aim to retain his seat via a CORD ticket come the 2017 General Elections.
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