Ntimama told me to quit Jubilee, MP says
13 September 2016, 15:26
Nairobi - An MP says that the late politician William Ole Ntimama asked him to shun the Jubilee Coalition.
Kajiado Central MP Memusi Kanchori says that the late former
longtime Cabinet Minister told him that ODM was the best place for him to be.
He says that he is keen on ensuring that Kajiado is an ODM
zone come the 2017 elections and promised to fight for the party to be successful.
“I tell people that the mzee told me ODM was the right party
for me,” he told News24.
He stated that he would support party leader Raila Odinga’s
candidacy come 2017 and urged the Maasai community to do so in memory of longtime
“We all know that the late mzee was a very strong supporter
of ODM and we want to keep his vision going,” he added.
Kanchori has been linked with the Jubilee Party in recent months
after a string of defections from ODM in recent times.
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