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ODM Party Urged To Consider Women And Youths In Nominations

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A section of ODM aspirants have pleaded with the ODM Party to conduct free and fair party nominations in the forthcoming General Elections.

The aspirants who met in Umoja also want the party to consider women and youths in the nominations.

Roselyne  Ochieng, an aspiring Member of Parliament for the Embakasi Central constituency narrated to Ghetto Radio how she has vied several times but failed in the party nominations.

Ochieng who has likened herself with ODM Party Leader following the challenges she has faced, has expressed confidence of winning the elections this time.

 “Just like Raila Odinga has had a lot of challenges, I too have faced them but I will not tire from vying for this seat and I’m standing with Raila on this,” she posed.


According to Ochieng, Raila’s initiative Azimio La Umoja will help the less privileged and in Embakasi Central and countrywide.

“As a woman, I will educate the youth and women on Gender Based Violence and fight for everyone’s right in the community,” she said.

She continued to say that some people do not have peace due to lack of money but Raila’s ‘Ksh. 6,000 promise to the jobless youth will help many.

An aspiring MCA candidate from Lower Savannah, Evans Oluoch also urged non-registered voters to get out and vote.

The month long registration exercise of voters is set to end next week on Tuesday on the 2nd of November.



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