By MN Reporter
Ugenya MP David Ochieng’ has chided the Orange Democratic Movement for expelling for MPs for working with President William Ruto.
The third term legislator said in his first term as a legislator he was frustrated by the party and he wrote to it seeking his stepping aside.
“I was also disturbed in my first term I wrote to the party and I am leaving and won’t want to the ticket, I ended up reelected and I am on my third term as a party leader,” Ochieng’ said.
He said the same leaders who are going through the same should work closely with the people to sail through in 2027.
“Power is fought for and resources lobbied for, legislators and elected leaders especially in parliament have to work for this,” Ochieng’ said.
“Some have even insulted our mothers because we are working with the president William Ruto, this is in bad faith,” Ochieng’ said.
He said rebel MPs are out to seek development since huge chunk of money is still at the national government.