Wycliffe Oparanya, a former governor of Kakamega, has just declared that he has ceased to support Raila Odinga, the head of Azimio La Umoja One Kenya.
According to Oparanya, he has now chosen to direct his political strategies and influence toward uniting the western region, which is divided during every election cycle.
Oparanya firmly declared that it was time to cut relations with Raila Odinga during the burial of Nominated Member of County Assembly (MCA) Phaustine Werimo.
“I’m proposing to lead our people’s drive toward unity starting now. I am done with Raila, and he knows that even if he disparages me, God forbid, he will not be pardoned, he stated.
The East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) election was at the focus of the political choice made by the Deputy Party Leader of the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM), who cited betrayal.
The former county executive said that the vote-rich region should band together and choose a different political course in order to secure their proper share of the government by 2027.
Oparanya’s intentions to leave his job are still unknown.
It is still lalso unknown whether Oparanya will work with President William Ruto or forge his own political path.