She said Narc would have a delegates meeting later on this month to discuss the party’s agenda and strategy.
On the other hand, a faction led by Ogutu Olal, who also claims to be the party chairman in the constituency, wants the party to use only voters’ cards and national identity cards.
Ogina argued that they had registered members of the party in all parts of the constituency and hoped valid ODM members have party cards.
“We had carried out registration of members in all the 36 Sub-locations in Ndhiwa and I believe genuine ODM members must be in possession of the part cards,” Ogina said.
Elsewhere, Mary Ojode, who is running for the seat, asked voters to think of what is good for Ndhiwa before they vote. “I understand the priorities and I promise to take it on from where my late husband left. You can bank on my promise to deliver,” she said.
Residents told The Standard they expected ODM to use voters’ and the national identity cards to allow the majority to participate.