Orengo speaks on Raila’s retirement in 2022

James Orengo spoke in Migori County

“Some people are saying Raila should retire, but we firmly believe he has not accomplished his goal,” he said.

According to the Standard, Orengo added that Raila Odinga was still in the political big league and he was not retiring anytime soon.

“You saw me put my life on the line and even take oath of office amid gunshots and unrelenting teargas. That journey we started is still on course.” Said Raila.

James Orengo’s words come even as Raila’s ODM deputy party leaders Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho and his Kakamega counterpart Wycliffe Oparanya have openly declared their interests in becoming ODM flagbearers in the 2022 General Election.

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