Another ODM MP announces plans to ditch CORD for Jubilee
The opposition coalition CORD has suffered another setback after its Nominated Member Isaack Mwaura announced he would be ditching the opposition for the ruling Jubilee.
According to KTN News, Mwaura says he will be vying for Ruiru parliamentary seat in next year’s elections on a Jubilee ticket.
The MP announced this in the company of Kabete legislator Ferdinand Waititu.
Waititu, speaking in the same function, urged ODM Secretary General Ababu Namwamba to also decamp to the ruling coalition because they have the government and will win in 2017 General Elections.
On his part, Mwaura said that national politics can’t be conducted by questioning an MP why he talked to a particular leader.
He added that he is driven by ideologies and he will join the party that embraces good ideologies to enable him clinch 2017 Ruiru Parliamentary seat.
“Its time to look for votes and people have freedom to choose whoever they prefer,” Mwaura said.
Mwaura was nominated by Orange Party to represent people living with disabilities.