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The ODM National Delegates Convention 06 Dec 2012

ODM Delegates from 47 counties of Kenya have started streaming into Nairobi to attend the much anticipated ODM National Delegates Convention at Kasarani Stadium Gymnasium along Thika Superhighway.

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8 comments on “The ODM National Delegates Convention 06 Dec 2012

  1. The convention was great. I liked what the people from mashinani had to say about ODM and its leader. Kalonzo was praised by all speakers. It was a carnival atmosphere.

    Noah Wekesa made my day when he told Raila to “leave Mudavadi to us” we will deal with him. And went on to say that they will bring Wamalwa back to the fold. He said that no one should lie to the PM that someone has RVP votes in a “gunia”. He invited the PM to Kitale to see the of support ODM has in RVP.

  2. The President of the Movement for Democratic Change and Zimbabwe Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai is in Kenya to attend the ODM-NDC as guest of ODM Party Leader Raila Odinga.

  3. I have been held up by a project and have therefore been rare. I’ve been reading the stuff that is posted here though. As for the alliance with Kalonzo, I am as skeptical as anyone else, but there is no way we can rectify the past. My question is whether Henry Kosgey & Sally Kosgei are still in ODM. We have different sources giving different accounts on whether they are in ODM or not.

    • @Siguda
      Henry Kosgey is ODM Chairman and is still in ODM. He will be Chairing Kasarani meet tomorrow.
      Sally Kosgey was at Orange House this morning to deliver her nomination forms as she seeks to defend her Aldai seat on ODM ticket. She dismissed the idea of defecting to any other party and condemned those spreading such rumours.
      TNA/PNU and NSIS propagandist have flooded the social media with a lot of hogwash – all aimed at pouring cold water on the just formed CORD alliance which has shaken them to the core. Just be careful which sources you read and trust.

      • @Phil,

        I think it was from “The Kenyan Daily Post”…But on looking at some of their previous assertions, they don’t seem to be a trustworthy source.

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