ODM holds strategic meetings in the wave of Jubilee realignment

The Orange Democratic Party (ODM) today held a series of meetings designed to retain the party’s overall focus in the wake of Jubilee’s party realignments.

In a media statement, ODM’s Secretary General Edwin Sifuna indicated that the party’s leadership held a meeting to deliberate its position on the various issues affecting the nation. The statement equally indicated that parliamentary leaders both in the National Assembly and the Senate met to analyze the various actions taken by the government in the management of the country’s leadership crises.

ODM Party Leader, Raila Odinga attended the series of the meetings.

The Party’s top leadership and parliamentary leadership in both the Senate and National Assembly held an informal meeting this afternoon under the chairmanship of party leader Raila Odinga to review and upraise the latest developments in light of the Covid 19 Pandemic.
The Party and its members will continue to support and supplement the Government’s efforts towards containment of the disease and speedy return to normalcy.
It is imperative that as we look forward to a return to some form of normalcy the Government quickly embarks on a recovery strategy that will assuage the damage visited on the People and our Economy by the Pandemic. Further measures must be put in place to cushion the most vulnerable in society.
We further urge the government to pay special attention to the situation at our Borders with  Tanzania and the evolving situation with health care workers who threaten to go on strike so that we do not excercebate an already bad situation.
Edwin Sifuna
Secretary General

ODM Top Brass

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