Jubilee ex-spy Ngunjiri Wambugu who holds the reigning title as the first former ODM top campaign strategy official to accept (that he helped ‘sink’ Raila Odinga campaigns) and move on (back to his Jubilee masters) has been recently ‘critical’ of the missing “D” in Orange Democratic Movement.
In a series of shallow articles for the Star Newspaper and Capital Fm, Ngunjiri continue unashamedly to paint ODM, a party which gave him the high pedestal to grow his balls, as a party with ‘mass street support’ rather than members where ‘democracy’ is missing.
Recently, in an article about the forthcoming ODM polls, he wrote; “ODM must [also] move away from the tradition of making up delegate lists in private rooms; delegates must be chosen in a transparent format by members. Finally, ODM must have party elections that are as free and fair, as it demands from the national electoral commissions during presidential elections”.
But in a quick rejoinder, ODM Director of Communications Philip Etale took issue with Ngunjiri’s characterization of the biggest party in Kenya – both in geography and in elected number of leaders.
In quite a comprehensive response, Etale rebuffed:
“The confidence and the oomph that Mr. Wambugu has strenuously used to explain the silence of ‘D’ in ODM, should also be used to analyze the silence of ‘N’ in TNA and ‘U’ in URP”.
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