ODM's secret roadmap as it re-brands a head of the 2022 elections
SEE ALSO :Obado and Ruto throw jab at RailaA team of experts led by Catherine Mumma was picked to conduct a comprehensive review of nominations and elections rules and party structures. Mumma’s team was also charged with the task of reviewing party ideology, electoral platforms and coalition building and management. Other members are Larry Gumbe, Irshad Sumra, Alfelt Gunda and Tony Moturi, who is the secretary. Rigging claims According to ODM Secretary General Edwin Sifuna, the team was given 90 days to present a report. It still has one month to conclude its work. “They are also to consider and review the party’s legal, policy and institutional framework governing the electoral processes,’’ Sifuna said. The taskforce is working independently and will present its report to the National Executive Committee (NEC).
SEE ALSO :The Uhuru-Raila 'secret' visits to China“Once the reforms report us tabled and adopted, we will look for all the people who defected and woo them back to the party,’’ Mbadi said The party’s 2017 nominations were marred with chaos and outright rigging, leaving some candidates dejected. Most of the aggrieved defected to fringe parties. ODM has a 76 elected and nominated MPs and 20 Senators. Director of Political Affairs Opiyo Wandayi claimed that the party was out to “organically’’ improve on its national outlook and fortify its strength. “We expect that individual party officials will perform different kinds of labour that will make us collectively, succeed,’’ he said. [email protected]
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