MP Kositany Mocks ODM After Orengo Ouburst

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    Soy Member of Parliament Caleb Kositany speaking at a past event.
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  • The Member of Parliament for Soy, Caleb Kositany, threw a jibe at ODM party over its anticipated fallout with Jubilee party, led by President Uhuru Kenyatta.

    "Do not take us back to the battle streets. If you feel that something has not gone right, do not mourn more than the Bereaved," said Kositany who appeared to mock ODM brigade.

    "Do not feel that you have been betrayed by Jubilee more than us who voted for Jubilee, " added Kositany.

    The MP urged the two parties stick to peaceful negotiations for the sake of the country’s peace come 2022 general elections.

    President Uhuru Kenyatta appending his signature on the Constitution Of Kenya (Amendment) Bill, 2020 at KICC on November 25, 2020
    President Uhuru Kenyatta appending his signature on the Constitution Of Kenya (Amendment) Bill, 2020 at KICC on November 25, 2020
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    "The handshake was done in silence, even the parting, if it is there, should be done in silence, " Kositany said. 

    In a rather painful jibe, Kositany told ODM that should it need guidance on how to deal with betrayal, they should not hesitate to look for Deputy President William Ruto for advice. The MP stated that they were ready and willing to hand ODM ‘the manual’ on how to handle betrayal.

    The sentiments came hot on the heels of statements made by Siaya Senator James Orengo, claiming that there was a plan to sabotage the handshake.

    Orengo claimed that certain individuals in the office of the President were keen to block Raila from ascending to the presidency in 2022

    The ODM allied senator said that allies of the President have been holding meetings at the Harambee House with the aim of shaking up Uhuru and Raila handshake.

    “I want to warn some top civil servants paid by taxpayers’ money to stop meddling in the country’s political leadership,” Orengo had said.