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Kisumu County incoming Senator Wakili Fred Odumo Nyingu’ro on Sunday attended Seme sub-County Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) Party funds drive.

The event was staged to raise funds for grassroots registration. Wakili Fred Odumo Nying’uro made a personal donation of KES 20,000 in support of the movement.

Wakili also spoke of the need for cohesion on all wings of the party participants the Youth and Women League’s.

Also in attendance was Hon. James Nyikal the Member of Parliament for Seme Constituency, Hon. Seth Okumu and Mr Ochar, the Seme sub-County ODM Party Chairperson among others.

Meanwhile, the Director of Communication in the ODM Party Mr. Philip Etale on Tuesday night sent his heartfelt condolences to the families and friends of 10 Kenyatta University students who perished in an accident.

The accident occurred along the Mombasa-Nairobi Highway Tuesday evening.

Following the tragedy Kenyans have urged Transport Cabinet Secretary Kipchumba Murkomen to come up with drastic measures to curb the rising number of road accidents in the country.

In other news, former Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho says the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) Party should be the party that forms the next government.

Speaking to the media in Mombasa today, Joho stated that if he were to vie for the presidency, it would be through an ODM ticket.

“If I express my interest in vying for the presidency, I shall only vie through ODM,” he said.

Joho mentioned that he is working with other ODM leaders from the Western region on how to propel the party forward.

The former governor responded to individuals who stated that he was a new ODM member. He stated that he has faced the most political challenges for standing firm with the ODM party.

“I am a founder member of ODM. When you count the first ten members, I am among them,” said Joho.

“No one has faced political woes because of standing firm with ODM and Raila Odinga more than me,” he added, referring to the party’s leader.

Joho mentioned that there are values that he has inherited from the ODM leader.

“When I began politics in 2004, my leader has always been Raila Amollo Odinga. I have not lost my way, so I know the values of Raila Amollo Odinga,” he said.

His sentiments come after Odinga picked former governors Hassan Joho and Wycliffe Oparanya to lead the party should he succeed in his bid to be the next African Union Commission Chairperson.

Odinga was speaking at an ODM recruitment drive in Wajir County where he asserted that the two leaders had what it takes to unite the opposition and Kenyans at large.

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