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Defiant Expelled ODM MP Vows To Invite Ruto to Suba

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Suba South Member of Parliament Caroli Omondi has expressed defiance days after the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party expelled him.


He is among the parliamentarians the party showed the door on Wednesday, for betraying it by working with President William Ruto of Kenya Kwanza.


But the MP has exuded confidence that nothing will happen, telling his constituents not to be worried because he will continue working for them.


The parliamentarian has added that he is yet to receive official communication from the Raila Odinga led party on how and why he was expelled.


“I am waiting for formal communication then I will respond, you can see I am going on with my usual duties. It is not clear to us whether that was the final decision or still subject of review of NGC,” he told The Star as reported on Friday.


The MP has hinted at moving at the Political Parties Dispute Tribunal to overturn the decision in the event he learns it is the party’s final decision.


“When they give full communication, we will respond accordingly. Let me assure all our supporters to be calm, we are still focused on development activities,” the MP further says.


He has ruled out abandoning Ruto, announcing that actually, the Head of State will soon be visiting his constituency to deliver some government goodies.


“As a matter of fact the President will very soon be visiting Suba to launch the road that is already under construction,” he added.


Others who have been expelled are Kisumu Senator Tom Ojienda, MPs Gideon Ochanda (Bondo), Phelix Odiwuor (Lang’ata) and Elisha Odhiambo.


Odiwuor has already assured his supporters that he will be their MP until 2027, and in an interview on Radio47 on Wednesday, said he remains in ODM.

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