Oparanya meets Raila, dismisses reports of dumping the Azimio leader

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ODM Deputy Party leader Wycliffe Oparanya has dismissed media reports that he was done with Raila Odinga following their August 8th election loss.

The former Kakamega Governor is currently in Naivasha at a retreat for all Azimio governors and deputy governors where coalition principals Raila Odinga, Martha Karua, and Kalonzo Musyoka are in attendance.

During the burial of Nominated Member of County Assembly (MCA) Phaustine Werimo on Tuesday, November 22, Oparanya confidently stated that it was time to sever ties with Odinga.

“I am offering myself from now to lead the unity drive of our people. I am done with Raila and even if he bad-mouths me, God forbid, he knows, he will not be forgiven,” he said.

The Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) Deputy Party Leader claimed betrayal for his political decision with the East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) election at the center of it.

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