ODM takes membership recruitment drive to Kwale
The Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) continues the recruitment of members to the party in readiness to the 2017 General elections.
The party has taken its recruitment drive to the Coast region and is now camping in Kwale County.
Speaking after meeting Msambweni Sub-County ODM delegates, Kwale Governor Salim Mvurya said that the party will also ensure everyone who has attained the minimum age of 18 years has an identity card and a voter’s card.
“For ODM to prosper, everyone who was voted for in 2013 must deliver on his or her promise ahead of the next elections,” he said.
He added that Okoa Kenya referendum and Pesa Mashinani campaigns will start at the grassroots as relevant individuals work out the details on how the two campaigns will be merged.
Msambweni Sub-County ODM chairman Abdallah Mambo vowed to ensure the county government of Kwale remains an ODM stronghold under the leadership of Governor Mvurya.
Mambo said they are now in the process of ensuring that they get suitable candidates who will vie for the position of the Governor, the Senator and Ward Representatives.
“Kwale County is an ODM zone and we will ensure that it remains so in order to prove wrong those who think otherwise,” he added.
He said leaders who violate party principles are people who are known and will be wiped out during the elections.
“ODM leaders are hardworking but there are few individuals who are applying double standards, they are the people whom we are going to deal with.”
He added that they are now in a hunting spree to recruit individuals who will champions for ODM’s agenda.
By Lawrence Nga’ng’a
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