Jalang’o discusses the impact that entering politics has had on him.

Lang’ata MP Felix Odiwuor, popularly known as ‘Jalang’o,’ reflected on his life after entering politics, emphasizing that little has changed for him personally.

“In essence, my lifestyle remains largely unchanged; I still reside in the same place, drive the same car, and continue with my daily routines. The only notable difference is the added responsibility of addressing the concerns and needs of the people who entrusted me with their votes,” he shared during an interview with Massawe Jappani on Radio Jambo.

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He expressed his deep satisfaction with political life, highlighting the joy he finds in serving his constituents and addressing their challenges.

“I derive immense satisfaction from serving the people who elected me to represent them in parliament. It’s truly fulfilling to be able to make a tangible difference in their lives, whether it’s ensuring access to basic amenities like water or improving infrastructure like roads,” he explained.

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Looking ahead to the upcoming elections, Jalang’o confirmed his intention to seek reelection for the Lang’ata parliamentary seat. He expressed confidence in his track record of service to the people of Lang’ata, believing it will secure him another term in office.

When questioned about his plans in the event that he does not succeed in retaining the Lang’ata parliamentary seat, Jalang’o asserted that he has other avenues available to him besides returning to broadcasting.

“Even if broadcasting isn’t an option, I have other business ventures to explore. However, I see no reason not to continue in politics. If you diligently serve the people and address their needs, you will earn their support,” he affirmed

Jalang’o responds on TikTok to Mulamwah’s baby daddy challenge

Lang’ata Member of Parliament, Phelix Odiwuor, popularly known as Jalang’o, has responded to a TikTok video challenge initiated by comedian Mulamwah, who shared his struggles as a baby daddy in Kenya. Mulamwah’s ex-lover and baby mama, Carrol Sonie, also responded to the challenge on social media, addressing their co-parenting struggles without explicitly mentioning Mulamwah’s name.

Carrol Sonie admitted to being a “toxic baby mama” and shared her experience of blocking Mulamwah’s attempts to contact her, even through a fake account. In her response, she highlighted the challenges they face in co-parenting.

Mulamwah’s original TikTok video expressed frustration at being blocked and judged harshly by society. In response to the situation, Jalang’o and other netizens shared their thoughts, with some suggesting that the couple should be investigated by the government before having a second child.

Comedian Mulamwah and actress Carrol confirmed their breakup in December 2021, and Mulamwah has since moved on and is expecting a child with his current girlfriend, Ruth K.

Stevo Extends Foodie Invite to Jalang’o: Chicken Chips and Big Respect

Rapper Stevo Simple Boy has made a public invitation to Kenyan MP Jalang’o, hoping to celebrate their shared love of music and, well, delicious food. This comes shortly after Jalang’o expressed admiration for Stevo’s talent, declaring him the current top dog in the rap game.

In a conversation with YouTuber Trudy Kitui, Stevo expressed his gratitude for Jalang’o’s recognition. He then extended a humble invitation: “Sir, can you make a day for us to meet, let’s eat chicken chips, or hamburgers or something like this, find a day to meet.”

This request follows Jalang’o’s recent praise for Stevo, acknowledging his fan status since the rapper’s 2019 drug awareness song. Jalang’o even revealed a phone call during Stevo’s controversial encounter with ex-girlfriend Pritty Vishy, offering advice on greeting people regardless of past relationships.

Stevo’s invitation appears genuine and heartfelt, a chance for two high-profile figures to connect over mutual respect and a good meal. Whether it’s chicken chips or ugali, the proposed meeting could foster further understanding and strengthen their already positive relationship.

Court rules against Jalang’o’s expulsion from ODM

In a significant verdict, the Political Parties Disputes Tribunal has overturned the decision to expel Kisumu Senator Tom Ojienda and MPs Elisha Odhiambo (Gem) and Felix ‘Jalang’o’ Odiwuor (Lang’ata) from the ODM Party.

The Tribunal’s decision, which was not unanimous, held that the ODM Party’s Disciplinary Committee had infringed upon the rights of the legislators to a fair hearing. Specifically, the Tribunal objected to the fact that Professor Ben Sihanya, a Lecturer in a Public University, chaired the Disciplinary Committee.

“It is the Tribunal’s view that by virtue of being a Lecturer in a Public University, Professor Sihanya was barred from taking a substantive seat or position in a Political Party in this case the ODM,” the Tribunal ruled.

The dissenting member of the Tribunal, however, argued that the Tribunal lacked jurisdiction to hear the matter, asserting that only the Registrar of Political Parties could determine the issue.

Despite the dissenting view, the Tribunal concluded that the Complaints by the members were merited.

“We found that the Disciplinary Proceedings were unprocedural and restrained the Registrar from removing the Complainants, Tom Ojienda, Odhiambo, Ochanda, Jalang’o and Caroli from the Orange Democratic Movement Party,” it was ruled.

While the Tribunal’s decision offers a temporary reprieve for the MPs, the ODM Party has indicated its intention to appeal the decision or re-institute charges against the members.

The case highlights the importance of due process in disciplinary proceedings and the role of the Political Parties Disputes Tribunal in safeguarding the rights of political party members.

Jalang’o mocks Kakamega, Kisumu and Eldoret ambitions to host AFCON matches

Jalang’o, the Lang’ata Member of Parliament, has mocked the request to organize AFCON 2027 matches in the cities of Kakamega and Kisumu. He argues that the cities are far from being ready to host the big African competition, and that even Nairobi itself is not ready.

Jalang’o points out that hosting the opening ceremony would require at least 32 luxury hotels and 50,000 beds. He also argues that better training grounds are needed for the big competition.

For cities like Kakamega, Kisumu, and Eldoret to be ready to host AFCON, Jalang’o says they must build big hotels and stadiums. He also asks them to be patient, as the leaders of the countries are busy.

Key points from Jalang’o’s statement:

  • Nairobi is not ready to host AFCON 2027 matches, and other cities in Kenya are even less ready.
  • Hosting AFCON would require a lot of infrastructure, including hotels, stadiums, and training grounds.
  • Jalang’o asks cities that are interested in hosting AFCON to be patient and to start preparing now.

My opinion on Jalang’o’s statement

I agree with Jalang’o that Kenya needs to be more prepared before it can host AFCON 2027. The country has a lot of work to do in terms of infrastructure and logistics.

However, I also think that Jalang’o is being a bit harsh on Kakamega, Kisumu, and Eldoret. These cities are growing rapidly and have a lot of potential. I think it is important to give them a chance to prove themselves.

Ultimately, the decision of whether or not to host AFCON 2027 is up to the Confederation of African Football (CAF). I hope that CAF will take all of the factors into account before making a decision.

Kenyan MP Jalang’o Hospitalized After Basketball Injury

Jalang’o, a Kenyan radio personality and member of parliament, has been hospitalized after suffering a leg injury while playing basketball. The incident occurred on September 27, and Jalang’o was rushed to Nairobi Hospital for treatment.

Jalang’o has not disclosed any further details about his injury, but he has shared a video of himself lying in a hospital bed on social media. The video is accompanied by the caption “Day two in the hospital.”

Jalang’o’s hospitalization comes as a surprise to many, as he has often emphasized his good health and infrequent visits to healthcare facilities. In a previous interview, he said that the last time he was in the hospital was when he dislocated his arm in the gym.

Jalang’o attributes his good health to a combination of factors, including his faith in God, his cautious lifestyle, and his genes. He has said that he has managed to stay resilient even in the face of common health challenges like malaria.

It is unclear how long Jalang’o will be hospitalized or how his injury will impact his work. However, his fans and supporters have wished him a speedy recovery.

Jalang’o reveals he will not resign from being Lang’ata MP

Lang’ata MP Felix Odiwour, alias Jalang’o, has expressed confidence in winning a second term in office despite being expelled from the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party.

Jalang’o was recently kicked out of ODM for meeting President William Ruto. However, he insists that he did nothing wrong and that resigning from his seat would be a validation of his ‘wrongdoings.’

Jalang’o explained that he called ODM leader Raila Odinga before attending Ruto’s launch of affordable housing in Lang’ata. Odinga gave him the go-ahead to attend the event.

“When I joined the parliamentary group meeting in Maanzoni, I was beaten up. I tried reaching out to understand what I had done wrong but no one was responding. I could no longer attend ‘Baba’s events,'” Jalang’o said.

Jalang’o is confident that he will win re-election as an independent candidate. He is banking on the fact that there is no Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) in place to conduct elections.

“There is no IEBC to conduct elections so why would I resign and maybe the team will be formed in 2026?” he posed.

Jalang’o’s confidence is admirable, but it remains to be seen whether he can win re-election without the support of a major political party.

Jalang’o’s Groundsman Eli Omundu Reveals Pastor Ezekiel Odero Intervened In His Re-Employment

Eli Omundu, the former groundsman of Jalang’o who was fired for stealing Ksh1 million, has been reinstated after the intervention of Pastor Ezekiel Odero.

Omundu, speaking during an interview on 2mbili TV, said he sought divine intervention from Pastor Ezekiel after all attempts to convince Jalang’o to rehire him failed.

Omundu said he travelled to Kilifi to attend a prayer service at Pastor Ezekiel’s New Life Prayer Centre and Church. He also revealed that he was given a thread by Pastor Ezekiel, which he still has.

It is unclear how Pastor Ezekiel’s intervention led to Omundu’s reinstatement, but Omundu expressed gratitude to the pastor for his help.

“Kuna ule dada ako Sweden aliniambia enda kanitumia fare na akanitumia mbaka sadaka akasema wewe weka tu imani nimekubebea pia imani nko sure utarudi kazi,” Eli Omundu said.

“Sasa Pastor Ezekiel nilienda mbaka kule Kilifi kule inaitwa New Life and Church Prayer Center, pale ndani nkatulie pale nkatoa sadaka yangu kidogo. Na bado huwa na natuma tu kwa hio paybill kidogo nkipata natuma,” he added.

Jalango’s Re-Instated Employee Narrates How He Collaborated With Former Colleague To Steal His Millions

Lang’ata Member of Parliament (MP) Jalang’o has reinstated his former groundsman Eli Omundu, who stole Ksh1 million from him in June 2023.

Omundu was interviewed by Jalang’o on his YouTube channel, where he narrated how he conspired with a former colleague, Morrison Litiema, to steal from the MP.

He continued to say that he and Litiema were working at Jalang’o’s home on June 4, 2023, when Litiema noticed a large sum of cash in a BMW parked in the driveway. Litiema stole the cash and fled, and Omundu followed him.

The two men were eventually caught and arrested, but they were released on bail. Omundu said that he was ashamed of what he had done and apologized to Jalang’o.

Jalang’o said that he forgave Omundu and decided to give him a second chance. He said that he was impressed by Omundu’s honesty and remorse.

“I know that what he did was wrong, but I also believe that everyone deserves a second chance,” Jalang’o said. “I am confident that Eli has learned his lesson and that he will not make the same mistake again.”

Omundu said that he was grateful for Jalang’o’s forgiveness and promised to be a better man.

“I am so sorry for what I did,” Omundu said. “I know that I let you down, but I promise that I will never do anything like that again.”

Employees who stole from Jalang’o reveal he always has millions in his car

Former Kiss FM presenter Jalang’o has forgiven two of his former employees who allegedly stole from him and offered them their jobs back.

In a video on his YouTube channel, Jalang’o asked Eli, one of the employees, to tell him the truth about what happened.

Jalang’o’s decision to forgive his former employees and offer them their jobs back has been met with mixed reactions. Some people have praised him for his kindness and compassion, while others have criticized him for being too forgiving.

Ultimately, Jalang’o’s decision is a personal one. He has forgiven his former employees and given them a second chance, and it is up to them to prove themselves worthy of his trust.

Eli described how they found cash in Jalang’o’s BMW, stating that it was a Saturday in June 2022. I was ndugu, akaskia harufu ya pesa pale, cleaning.

“Wapi?” Jalango exclaimed, “Hamjawahi niambia.”

Jalango hears Eli say, “Kwa BMW. Aliskia harufu na kawaida tunapatanga mingi kuliko hiyo, wacha tufanye mambo yetu, sasa nikasema hiyo ni pesa ya mdosi. Jioni tutaenda nyumbani, tutanye usafi kawaida. Eli persuaded Litiema, “Si mdosi anatulindanga vizuri amekupiga kaunga, yoyote akonayo.

Eli then went to the back of the house, and when he came back to wash another vehicle, he discovered

Unajua gari ni mingi iko hapa boss, mimi nilikuwa naosha Discovery, and yeye BMW. BMW is priced in pesa. Nikashindwa ah ameenda wapi, kutoka huko nyuma nikapta gate iko open.

Jalang’o Rehires Employee Who Stole Money From Him

Lang’ata Member of Parliament, Jalang’o, has rehired his former employee, Eli Omundu, who fled his home in 2022 after stealing money from his car.

According to Jalang’o’s close friend Billy Miya, Omundu and another employee, Morrison Litiema, absconded with Sh2.5 million.

In a TikTok video uploaded on September 17, Omundu appeared joyful after being reemployed by Jalang’o. He was seen wearing an apron while cleaning the compound.

In the video, Omundu told Jalang’o that he was happy to be back at work and that even God was pleased.

When Omundu and Litiema fled with the money in June 2022, Jalang’o said that he had forgiven them, but vowed not to rehire them. He explained that the community where they lived would not allow them back, even if he wanted to.

Some people on social media praised Jalang’o for giving Omundu a second chance, while others expressed concern that he could steal again.

One person commented, “I hope he has rehired both of them, otherwise next we’ll hear that he killed them and dumped them in a septic tank…Jalas should also learn that you can forgive and let go.”

Another person wrote, “Awoooh this is soo nice everybody requires a second chance.

Eric Omondi tells Jalang’o to beg God and Baba for forgiveness for his betrayal

Comedian Eric Omondi has requested that Phelix Odiwour alias Jalang’o, a member of parliament for Lang’ata, beg ODM party leader Raila Odinga for forgiveness for the comedian’s choice to cooperate with the Kenya Kwanza government.

He urged the MP to change his mind and join the party on whose platform he won the general election.

“Jalang’o is my personal friend, but we disagree on certain matters. He exhibited disrespect towards those who supported his rise, and I find myself in disagreement with him on this matter,”

Eric went on to emphasize the significant part Mr. Odinga played in Jalang’o’s political career.

“From campaigning for him to introducing him to the world of politics and even providing financial support for his campaigns. However, immediately after winning the elections, he began to mock Raila, suggesting that Raila had suffered defeat. My suggestion to him is to seek forgiveness both from God and from Raila. Only then will he find inner peace. In our culture, failing to make amends is akin to inviting misfortune upon oneself. To achieve peace within, one must reconcile with everyone involved,”

Eric clarified his interactions with Mr. Odinga as well.

“Raila told me to tell the young generation to change and respect the process and respect elders so that we can go far,”

Regarding the potential for him to join ODM, Eric made it clear that he is not now a member of any political party.

On the other hand, he claimed that his main goal is in line with Mr. Odinga’s vision of ensuring the wellbeing of all Kenyan residents.

He made the startling assertion that he would never consider meeting with President William Ruto.

Jalang’o Pays Tribute To Late Friend & Colleague Kibwana Onguso

Lang’ata MP Phelix Odiwuor, also known as Jalang’o, has expressed grief and paid tribute to his late friend and colleague Kibwana Onguso.

Through his Instagram account, the MP revealed the profound impact Onguso had on his acting career.

“Rest well Director! Kibwana Onguso! You gave me a chance to show my talent without borders! Kibwana Onguso! Director Papa Shirandula! Rest in Peace!” he wrote.

Jalang’o’s sentiments reflect the sentiment shared by many in the entertainment industry who were fortunate enough to work with Kibwana Onguso.

Onguso was a trailblazer in Kenyan television, having made significant contributions since the 1990s.

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Onguso Kibwana’s illustrious career included iconic series such as ‘Tausi,’ ‘Tahamaki,’ ‘Kisulisuli,’ and ‘Nyundo Utosini.’

These shows not only entertained audiences but also played a pivotal role in shaping the television landscape in Kenya.

In the early 2000s, Kibwana Onguso transitioned to Royal Media Services’ Citizen TV, where he continued to make waves in the industry.

Onguso’s work on the popular show ‘Papa Shirandula’ is particularly noteworthy. The show, which aired from 2009 to 2016, was a critical and commercial success, and it helped to launch the careers of many Kenyan actors and actresses.

Onguso’s passing is a great loss to the Kenyan entertainment industry. He was a talented director and producer, and he was instrumental in the development of Kenyan television. He will be deeply missed by his family, friends, and fans.

ODM Did Not Expel Rebel MPs, Says Party Chairman

ODM Chairman and Nominated MP John Mbadi has clarified that the party did not expel five rebel MPs, as has been widely reported.

Mbadi said that the party believes the five lawmakers have left the party, citing Article 14(b) of the Political Parties Act, which states that members are presumed to have resigned if they further the agenda of other parties.

“We are not expelling these members. We are saying that they have resigned from the party,” Mbadi said on Spice FM.

The five MPs are Elisha Odhiambo (Gem), Phelix Odiwuor (Lang’ata), Caroli Omondi (Suba South), Gideon Ochanda (Bondo), and Tom Ojienda (Senator of Kisumu County).

The ODM party claims that the five are rebelling because they have been openly having affairs with President William Ruto.

However, the Political Parties Dispute Tribunal (PPDT) has temporarily halted their expulsion from the ODM party pending a hearing and decision on the matter.

The PPDT is expected to hear the case on September 22.

In the meantime, the five MPs remain members of the ODM party, but they are not allowed to participate in party activities.

Eric Omondi vs Jalang’o: Showdown for Lang’ata seat begins

Comedian and activist Eric Omondi is considering running for the Lang’ata parliamentary seat, citing immense pressure from Kenyans as the reason for his decision.

In an interview with a local radio station, Omondi said that he had been refusing to run for office, but that he had changed his mind after being arrested several times while protesting against the Finance Act, 2023.

“I was arrested seven times, lobbed teargas on, but they went ahead and passed the Bill, so we must be in Parliament to remove them,” he said.

Omondi said that he believes that being in Parliament would give him a better opportunity to fight for the rights of Kenyans.

“I’m not planning or replacing anyone but given a chance, I would,” he said.

This is not the first time that Omondi has spoken about the possibility of running for office. In July, he said that it was not part of his immediate goals, but that he would be open to it if the opportunity arose.

Omondi is a well-known figure in Kenya, and his decision to run for office could have a significant impact on the political landscape. He is known for his outspokenness and his willingness to challenge authority, and he could be a formidable opponent for any incumbent.

Only time will tell whether Omondi will ultimately decide to run for office, but his announcement has certainly generated a lot of interest and speculation.

Jalang’o addresses faces challengers for political seats

In response to probable rivals coveting his seat in the general elections of 2027, Lang’ata MP Jalang’o spoke out.

This comes after a number of prospective candidates decided to publicly proclaim their interest in the position.

Jalang’o, a first-term MP, discussed the potential of confronting opposition in the elections in a recent online interview. He made sure to emphasize that political seats are open to everyone and that the electorate makes the final decision.

“Political seats are open to anyone, and anyone can compete, but it is the people of Lang’ata who will decide who their MP will be,”

Jalang’o and four other parliamentarians recently faced expulsion from the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party over claims of flagrant misconduct.

Despite this, he reiterated his dedication to the gathering and stated that he has no plans to leave.

“I am part of ODM, and even now, you saw that the court pronounced itself yesterday, and that thing has been thrown out, and that’s why we can’t talk about it. I am a member of ODM, and I am not leaving the party anytime soon,”

Notably, controversial content producer Andrew Kibe mocked Jalang’o following his expulsion from ODM, joking that he would oppose him in the upcoming elections since Jalang’o no longer had the support of the party that had initially sponsored him to Parliament.

Kibe joked that he will face Jalang’o on the ballot in the general election of 2027 while sharing a campaign flyer from the general elections of 2013.

“Photoshop kiasi and this poster is good to go. @JalangoMwenyewe⁩ tukutane kwa debe,”

Jalang’o, 5 other ODM rebels double down, meet and vow to work with Ruto

Opposition MPs, including those who were recently expelled from the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM), met with President William Ruto on Wednesday. The meeting took place at State House in Nairobi and lasted for two hours.

The MPs who attended the meeting were Elisha Odhiambo (Gem), Caroli Omondi (Suba South), Gideon Ochanda (Bondo), Phelix Odiwuor (Lang’ata), and Kisumu Senator Tom Ojienda. They were joined by Interior PS Raymond Omollo.

The MPs’ meeting with President Ruto comes days after ODM leader Raila Odinga vowed to ensure that those who were expelled from the party lose their seats. Raila accused the MPs of treachery for meeting with the president.

However, the MPs have appealed to the Political Parties Dispute Tribunal, which on Tuesday revoked their expulsion until the hearing and decision of their case.

A source who was privy to the meeting said that the MPs reaffirmed their commitment to working with the government and supporting the development plans in the Nyanza region.

“They have said they will continue working with government for the benefit of their region and as politicians, they will chart their political path no matter the consequences,” said the source.

The MPs also reportedly invited President Ruto to make another development tour of Luo Nyanza. They praised the president for taking action to address long-standing issues in the sugar sector and pledged to support the sugar law that will be discussed in Parliament on Thursday.

The MPs also praised the president for the seamless launch of flights to Migori County, which was made possible after their earlier interactions with the government.

The meeting between the MPs and President Ruto is seen as a sign of growing cooperation between the government and the opposition. It remains to be seen how this cooperation will impact the upcoming general election.

Jalang’o backtracks from claims he will sue newspaper for linking him to gold scam

Lang’ata MP Jalango initially said he would sue a newspaper that implicated him in a fake gold scam, but he has since changed his mind. He said he was advised that the newspaper thrives on negative news and that he has been the target of other negative stories. He also said that the story was not true and that he has a clean name.

The article in question was published by Citizen Weekly on September 12, 2023. It claimed that Jalango was arrested by the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) along with several other politicians and a Kitui-based DCI officer. The article said that the suspects were found in possession of counterfeit gold and fake dollars, which they intended to sell to a Tunisian national.

Jalango denied the allegations and said that he was never arrested. He also said that he had never met the Tunisian national or any of the other suspects.

The DCI has not commented on the allegations.

The fake gold scam is a serious crime and it is important to take allegations of this nature seriously. However, it is also important to remember that everyone is innocent until proven guilty. Jalango has denied the allegations and he deserves the right to a fair trial.

ODM Will Not Give Jalang’o A Ticket In 2027 Even If He Wins Court Case- Edwin Sifuna

Nairobi Senator Edwin Sifuna has said that the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) will not give Langata Member of Parliament (MP) Felix Odiwuor alias Jalang’o a ticket to run for re-election in 2027, even if he wins a court case challenging his expulsion from the party.

Sifuna, who is also the ODM Secretary-General, said that the party has already started the process of expelling Jalang’o and that the matter is now before the party’s National Governing Council (NGC).

“We have started early and we are already done with the disciplinary committee, recommendations have already been submitted to NEC,” Sifuna said.

“The fact that our court system is not working does not mean that we as a party will not take any action. We will do what we are able to do. It does not matter how long it will take but we must do what the law allows us to do,” he stated.

Sifuna said that Jalang’o lost his chance to be a competitive contender for the Langata parliamentary seat when he was expelled from the party.

“He lost his potential to secure a second term following his expulsion from the party,” Sifuna said.

Jalang’o was expelled from ODM in February 2023 after he was found guilty of violating the party’s constitution. He has since challenged his expulsion in court.

Jalang’o Responds To His ODM Expulsion

Lang’ata MP Phelix Odiwuor, popularly known as Jalang’o, has responded to his expulsion from the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party.

Jalang’o was expelled from the party by the ODM disciplinary committee for associating with the Kenya Kwanza government. He was one of five MPs who were expelled for openly supporting the government despite being members of the opposition party.

In a statement on social media, Jalang’o said that he was “not shaken” by the expulsion and that he would continue to serve his constituents to the best of his ability.

He also said that he was “grateful for the opportunity to serve” in the ODM party and that he wished the party well in the future.

Jalang’o’s expulsion has been met with mixed reactions. Some people have supported the decision, while others have criticized it.

Those who support the decision argue that Jalang’o’s actions were a betrayal of the ODM party and that he should be punished for his insubordination.

Those who criticize the decision argue that Jalang’o’s expulsion is an attack on free speech and that it is a sign of the ODM party’s intolerance of dissent.

It remains to be seen how Jalang’o’s expulsion will affect his political career. However, one thing is for sure: he is not going to let it stop him from serving his constituents.

In his statement, Jalang’o quoted a Bible verse that says,

“No trial is too heavy to bear, and no temptation surpasses one’s overcoming ability.” He said that he is confident that he will be able to overcome this challenge and that he will continue to serve his constituents to the best of his ability.

Jalang’o is a popular figure in Kenya and he has a large following on social media. His expulsion from the ODM party is likely to be a major talking point in the run-up to the 2022 general election.

Jalang’o becomes a man of God after ODM expulsion

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Phelix Odiwuor, better known by his stage name Jalang’o, has finally spoken out after being expelled from the ODM Party.

In a post on his popular Instagram page, the former Kiss 100 radio host shared a Bible verse from Corinthians, which says that no trial is too great that it becomes the end of someone.

“No trial is too heavy to lift! No temptation has overtaken you that is not common to man. God is faithful, and he will not let you be tempted beyond your ability, but with the temptation he will also provide the way of escape, that you may be able to endure it.CORINTHIANS 10:13,” he wrote.

Jalang’o went on to say that he is facing difficult times, but he is confident that he will overcome them.

“I am going through a lot right now, but I know that God is with me and He will see me through,” he said. “I am not giving up, and I will continue to fight for what I believe in.”

Jalang’o’s message of hope and resilience has been met with support from his fans and followers. Many people have commented on his post, offering words of encouragement and prayers.

Jalang’o defended by peanut gallery after ODM expulsion

The ODM Party National Executive Council (NEC) has approved the removal of five rebel MPs from the party. The five MPs are Elisha Ochieng’ Odhiambo (Gem), Caroli Omondi (Suba South), Gideon Ochanda (Bondo), Tom Ojienda (Senator of Kisumu County) and Phelix Odiwuor Kodhe (Lang’ata).

The NEC has instructed the party to remove the five MPs from the party register for supporting rival political parties and opposing the party’s decisions.

The decision was made at a meeting of the NEC that was convened by ODM leader Raila Odinga. The meeting was held in response to a report by a disciplinary committee that had been set up to investigate the allegations against the MPs.

The report found that the five MPs had violated the party’s constitution by associating with President William Ruto’s Kenya Kwanza alliance. The report also found that the MPs had opposed the party’s decision to support Raila Odinga for president in the 2022 elections.

The NEC’s decision to remove the five MPs from the party is a significant development in the run-up to the 2022 elections. The decision is likely to weaken the ODM Party and could benefit Kenya Kwanza.

The five MPs have denied the allegations against them and have said that they will appeal the NEC’s decision.

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Jalang’o opens up about being addicted to drugs and alcohol

Felix Odiwuor, also known as Jalang’o, a member of parliament, made a stirring speech to the youth of the Lang’ata constituency in which he underlined the value of escaping the grip of drug addiction.

Speaking alongside Rachel Shebesh, the Nairobi Women Representative, Jalang’o praised Shebesh’s dedication to the welfare of young men and urged them to take a transformative path.

Jalang’o described his own path from the depths of drug and alcohol addiction to rising to prominence in Kenyan culture.

“Today, I want to express my gratitude to our esteemed leader, Mama Shebesh, for her unwavering support of young men. In the past, the spotlight predominantly shone on women’s concerns, but she has extended her nurturing hand to our nation’s young men. I implore you, young men, to seek a path free from the clutches of drugs.”

Jalang’o’s moving statement served as a motivational rallying cry as well as a monument to his own personal growth.

“I was once ensnared by the grip of drugs and alcohol.

But through the grace of God and my determination to change, I stand before you today as living proof of what is possible. To attain your aspirations, you must initiate change within yourselves.”

Jalang’o emphasized the wide-ranging effects of quitting addiction with confidence in his voice.

“Transformation is the key to unlocking your potential. It is the gateway to realizing your dreams and ambitions. By altering your course, you pave the way for a brighter future, one filled with purpose and achievement.”

The Lang’ata MP’s message went beyond personal success to cover interpersonal relationships as well.

“True change not only enriches your life but also affects those around you. It molds you into a suitable partner, a responsible individual capable of building a family. Aspire to be the kind of man who can provide and protect, a man deserving of a loving wife and children.”

Jalang’o Questions the Legitimacy of Worldcoin

Lang’ata Member of Parliament Phelix Odiwuour, popularly known as Jalang’o, has questioned the legitimacy of Worldcoin, a digital identification platform that is currently trending in Kenya.

In a video posted on his Instagram Stories, Jalang’o said that he believes Worldcoin is a scam and that people who participate in it are likely to lose money.

“Ni mimi tu ama hii worldcoin ni utapeli? Naona watu watalia,” he said, which loosely translates to “It’s just me or this Worldcoin is a scam? I see people will cry.”

Worldcoin is a project co-founded by OpenAI CEO Sam Altman. The platform’s goal is to provide every individual on Earth with a verified digital identity, backed by a unique cryptocurrency token called Worldcoin (WLD) and a crypto wallet app.

To participate in Worldcoin, people must have their eyeballs scanned. This has raised concerns about privacy and data protection.

In an interview with Mpasho, a Worldcoin agent who wished to remain anonymous said that the process of recruiting people for the project has been “good so far.”

“We are helping Kenyans cash out,” the agent said. “Times are tough and they need money in their pocket. It’s useless to give people crypto when they have never heard about it.”

The agent said that they approach people and explain to them what Worldcoin is and how it works. They also explain that cashing out is not as easy as people think and that there is a risk of losing money.

“You convince them and help them out and you retain your commission,” the agent said. “Everyone goes home happy.”

The agent acknowledged that there are privacy concerns associated with Worldcoin, but they said that change is inevitable.

“The bottom line is people need money and there is money being offered by billionaires,” the agent said. “Why not take it?”

Jalang’o’s concerns about Worldcoin are shared by many people. The project has been criticized for its lack of transparency and for its potential to be used for surveillance.

It is important to do your research before participating in Worldcoin or any other new digital currency project.

Prophet speaks doom into Jalang’o’s future for political betrayal

A Kisumu-based pastor, Prophet Dr Samo Mtishiby, has warned politicians who have betrayed opposition leader Raila Odinga that they will pay for their betrayal.

Mtishiby said that these politicians may have money to eat today and protect themselves, but it is their future generations that will pay the price. He specifically singled out first-time Member of Parliament Phelix Odiwuor alias Jalang’o, who represents Langata Constituency.

Mtishiby said that Jalang’o used to be able to walk with pride in Kisumu, but now he would be killed if he tried to do so. He also said that other politicians who have betrayed Odinga will be pointed fingers at and their reputations will be ruined.

Mtishiby contrasted Jalang’o with Embakasi East Member of Parliament Babu Owino, who he said has continued to walk under the guidance of Odinga. Mtishiby said that Owino is quickly forgiven by Odinga when he makes a mistake, and that this is why he is still popular in Nyanza.

Mtishiby also warned Jalang’o and other ODM rebels that their defections have created rifts in the party. He said that these rifts are opportunities for the enemy to study what is within the party and plot an attack.

Mtishiby’s warning comes as the political landscape in Kenya is increasingly polarized ahead of the 2022 elections. Odinga is the leader of the Azimio la Umoja coalition, while President William Ruto is the leader of the Kenya Kwanza coalition. The two coalitions are vying for control of the government.

It remains to be seen how Mtishiby’s warning will affect the political landscape in Kenya. However, it is clear that he believes that politicians who betray Odinga will be punished.

Jalang’o Addresses Controversy Surrounding His Relationship With ODM After Being ‘Chased’

Lang’ata MP Phelix Odiwuor, popularly known as Jalang’o, has clarified that he has not left the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party, despite allegations claiming otherwise.

Jalang’o, who was elected on an ODM ticket in 2017, said that he has faced consequences within the party following a meeting he had with President William Ruto at State House. He said that he was subsequently removed from all ODM communications channels, leaving him uninformed about party affairs.

Jalang’o described the situation as difficult, feeling like an orphan within the party that once sponsored him. He said that he has been prevented from meeting Raila Odinga by individuals close to the former prime minister. He lamented the lack of opportunities to engage with Raila and expressed disappointment in being treated as an outcast within the party.

However, Jalang’o said that he remains a loyal member of ODM and that he is committed to supporting the party’s agenda. He said that he is hopeful that he will be able to meet with Raila Odinga soon and that he will be able to clear the air about his relationship with the party.

Jalang’o’s comments come at a time when ODM is facing a number of challenges, including internal rifts and declining popularity. The party is hoping to unite ahead of the 2022 general election, but Jalang’o’s case is a reminder of the divisions that still exist within the party.

It remains to be seen whether Jalang’o will be able to reconcile with ODM and whether he will be able to play a role in the party’s future. However, his comments have certainly raised eyebrows and have put ODM under the spotlight.