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Drama as ODM officials expose Jubilee mole during crucial meeting

The officer was forced to take refuge.

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ODM deputy campaign director Noah Akala was forced to flee on accusations that he was a Jubilee mole stationed at the Raila Odinga led team.

The Okoa Kenya Parliamentary Group secretariat had convened a meeting whose agenda remain undisclosed, but the venue turned chaotic on realising that the ‘mole’ was in attendance.

The storming out of the meeting comes in the backdrop of a blatant defiant by ODM new members of parliament to ignore an earlier order from their party leader Raila Odinga to boycott their swearing in fete slated for tomorrow.

Speaking to the press, NASA co-principal and Bungoma Senator elect Moses Wetangula, confirmed that the MPs unanimously agreed to attend the ceremony but with a crucial agenda.

“Our members will only be in the parliament to take oath of office, no other businesses,” Ford Kenya party leader Moses Wetangula said.

This means that the MPs will not be taking part in the crucial exercise to elect the new speaker.

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