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    FULL LIST of CORD Governors/ MPs who have abandoned RAILA ODINGA’s Saba Saba

    Wednesday July 2, 2014 – As former Prime Minister Raila Odinga struggles to advance his political agenda in the name of pushing for a national dialogue through rallies, including Saba Saba, his Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD) appears sharply divided right at the core.

    Whilst a good number of CORD politicians support the planned Saba Saba rally as the only way to force President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy, William Ruto, to dialogue with Raila Odinga, another section is opposed to it and in fact, abandoned the former PM because of it.

    Led by Machakos Governor Dr. Alfred Mutua, and his Nairobi counterpart Evans Kidero, the CORD rebels have told the former PM to suspend the CORD rallies for the sake of unity and vowed they will never be part of it.

    Here is the full list of Governors, Senators and MPs who have openly abandoned Raila Odinga because of Saba Saba.

    1. Dr. Alfred Mutua- Governor, Machakos

    2. Dr. Evans Kidero- Governor, Nairobi

    3. Hussein Dado- Governor, Tana River

    4. Ababu Namwamba- MP, Budalangi

    5. Richard Onyonka- MP, Kitutu Chache South

    6. Manson Nyamweya- MP, South Mugirango

    7. Joe Mutambu- MP, Mwingi Central

    8. Vincenty Musyoka- MP, Mwala

    9. Ben Momanyi- MP, Borabu

    10. Gideon Mung’aro- MP, Kilifi North

    11. Halima Ware- Women Rep

    12. Abdulswamad Sharif- MP, Mvita

    13. Joseph Nkaisery- MP, Kajiado

    14. Shakeer Shabir- MP, Kisumu Town

    15. Mongare Bwo’okongo- Senator Nyamira

    The Kenyan DAILY POST

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