Mad people planning for chaos during Raila rally on Friday, claims ODM leadership in Kisumu

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The ODM Party leadership in Kisumu is claiming that some mad politicians are planning to disrupt Raila Odinga’s rally on Friday.

Led by the party County Coordinator Prof Ayiecho Olweny, the leaders warned youths against being recruited into the plan.

According to Prof Olweny, some identified politicians have been going round the town dishing out money to youths to heckle their opponents during the rally.

But speaking at the Azimio Centre in Kisumu, Prof Olweny said the information is already with police, urging the youths to desist.

“This is Raila’s function, and nobody else,” said Prof Olweny, who termed the politicians as mad people who can no longer be controlled.

“If you have a son in your home who has run man, you can’t control him. People who are mad are uncontrollable. They are controlled by devils and Satan,” responded Olweny when asked by journalists if his office has taken any action against the politicians who he claimed are members of the ODM party.

Kisumu Central Constituency Party Chairman Seth Ochieng castigated what he said was ongoing mobilization by the politicians inciting youths against Governor Anyang’ Nyong’o.

“We are not going to take this matter lightly as a party,” said Ochieng.

Austine Ogalo
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