Welcome to Jubilee where there are many goodies, MP tells CORD Governor
09 August 2016, 09:05
Busia - Teso South MP Mary Emaase at the weekend sent a passionate appeal to Busia Governor Sospeter Ojaamong to reconsider his stand in ODM and join Jubilee Alliance Party.
Speaking at St Monica Chakol Girls High School in her constituency during the Annual General Meeting and thanks giving, Emaase said she does not want her brother to remain alone.
"I welcome your Excellency the Governor to Jubilee where there are many goodies. I need us to move together as a community to reap fruits from JAP. I don't hate ODM leader Raila Odinga but the mood on the ground is that his time is up. I will not want my brother Ojaamong to be a lone ranger," she said.
Emaase said Cord is still uncertain on who will carry the coalition flag whereas they have already endorsed Uhuru Kenyatta as their party president and William Ruto as his deputy in next year's elections.
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"Tsunami is coming. Defections to Jubilee by ODM MPs across the country is a pointer that a Tsunami is coming. Things have become mathematical to warrant plan B," she said.
The MP railed at people who are circulating the acronym OMO (Operation Mary Out) with one year to the elections saying they will instead use it (soap) to wash their clothes and embarrass them at the ballot.
Telling off those who want her home after only one term, the MP likened one term to a married woman who will find the time not sufficient to learn her husband saying she needed at least 10 years to know every part of his body.
"If elected for second term, I am going to do major development projects and finish the incomplete projects," she said and quoted Mathews 13:10-11 to defend her claims.
She further appealed to leaders to be aware of their surroundings and be in touch with realities.
"I will convince my community to join Jubilee," She pledged.
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