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Billionaire businessman Jimi Wanjigi has reiterated that he will be contesting for the country’s top seat in the August polls even as he fights for recognition in ODM.

This after his affiliate party Orange Democratic Party (ODM) denied him as a party delegate ahead of its National Delegates Convention (NDC) slated for February 25 and 26.

Speaking at a press conference on Tuesday, Wanjigi maintained that he will take contention at the ballot in August insisting that he shall not be bullied by President Kenyatta or Raila Odinga who he claims want him out of the presidential race.

“I want to assure Kenyans that I will be in the ballot and where I’ll be is where the next government will be formed. It will be a government of the people and for the people of Kenya,” he posed.

He blamed ODM boss Raila Odinga for frustrating his presidential ambitions.

“Mr. Odinga is in cohort with President Kenyatta and they want to stop my presidential bid in any whatever means, I will not be cowed,” he stated.

Wanjigi further attacked the Kenyatta and Odinga families chastising them for “feeling privileged and subjecting Kenyans to bad leadership.”

He says that Kenya needs new governance that will end a 60-year-reign of “predatory leadership” and erode the “two horse” narrative.

“It is a critical moment that all Kenyans collectively stand up and unyoke themselves from the stranglehold of the Kenyatta and Odinga families. The two families feel entitled and privileged while treating Kenyans as their subjects…,” Wanjigi said.

“At independence we inherited a dangerous and destructive virus it has been mutating, today we are being told there are two horses, nothing can be further from the truth. The two horses are nothing but the second generation of the original virus that is mutating to a third variant it is another 60 years of slavery in the making,” he added.

He urged the ODM party to embrace impartiality and allow any member with presidency ambitions be accommodated.

“My only request to my beloved party, open the space for democracy, open the door,” he opined.



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