Why Raila is unhappy with Ababu
23 May 2016, 15:40
Nairobi - All is not well in ODM as two of its senior officials
continue to fight in public.
Budalang’i MP Ababu Namwamba and Busia Governor Sospeter
Ojamong have been involved in a serious turf war that threatens to derail the
party’s quest of winning the 2017 General Elections.
Ababu and Ojamong have been going at each other with one
calling the other insufficient while the other refers to his colleague as a
Jubilee Coalition mole.
Party leader Raila is said to be unhappy with the two and
their turf wars and has asked them to get focussed.
" The party leader is not happy. The two are battling each other instead of ensuring that the people register as voters and that the coalition has been sold in the region," a source close to the CORD leader told News24.
The two leaders are said to be battling each other after Namwamba termed Ojamong's reign as a waste and vowed to have him kicked out of office in 2017.
Ojamong then referred to Ababu as a Jubilee mole.
" There is no love lost between the two and it will not end soon," the source added but Raila is unhappy," he added.
CORD is looking to unite the Luhya people and win their huge number of votes ahead of the 2017 General Elections which if they get as a block will see them on the way to a huge advantage ahead of the 2017 elections.
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