ODM Party Announces Kisii Governor Simba Arati as Deputy National Chairperson amidst NEC Changes

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Party’s Leadership Revamp: Kisii Governor Simba Arati Takes on Key Role as ODM Deputy National Chairperson

In a significant political development, Kisii Governor Simba Arati has been appointed as the new Deputy National Chairperson of the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM). The party announced a series of changes in its National Executive Committee (NEC), citing resignations and defections as the reasons behind the reshuffle.

The ODM made the official announcement through a press statement released on Friday, outlining the new appointments within the party’s NEC. Simba Arati, a prominent figure in Kisii politics, will be assuming the role of Deputy National Chairperson, taking over from Kisii Women Representative Janet OngĂ©ra.

Among the other changes, Busia Women Representative Cathrine Omanyo has been appointed as the new Deputy Secretary General, succeeding Florence Mutua. Omanyo’s experience and dedication to public service make her a fitting choice for the important role within the party.

Saboti MP Caleb Hamisi has been entrusted with the position of Deputy Organising Secretary, replacing former Kwale Women Representative Zulekha Hassan. Hamisi’s fresh perspective and organizational skills will contribute to the party’s efforts in mobilizing and coordinating its activities effectively.

Kwale Women Representative Fatuma Masito has been appointed as the new Deputy National Treasurer, taking over from Ogla Karani. Masito’s financial acumen and commitment to service will ensure the smooth management of the party’s financial affairs.

Migori Senator Eddie Oketch has been given the responsibility of overseeing Humanitarian and Disaster Management Affairs, a position previously held by activist Bob Njagi. Oketch’s experience in the Senate and his dedication to addressing social issues make him an excellent choice for this crucial role.

Furthermore, Kakamega Women Representative Elsie Muhanda will be assuming the position of Security Secretary, succeeding Shinyalu MP Jutus Kizito. Muhanda’s background in security matters and her commitment to maintaining order and safety will greatly benefit the party in its operations.

These changes in the ODM’s NEC reflect the party’s commitment to adapt and reorganize in response to the evolving political landscape. By appointing capable and dedicated individuals to key positions, the ODM aims to strengthen its internal structures and enhance its effectiveness in pursuing its political agenda.

The newly appointed members of the ODM’s NEC bring a wealth of experience, expertise, and fresh perspectives to their respective roles. Their collective efforts will contribute to the party’s continued growth and success as a leading political force in Kenya.

As the party moves forward with these changes, it is expected that the ODM will rally its members and supporters, fostering unity and cohesion as it strives to achieve its goals. The new leadership within the NEC will play a vital role in guiding the party and shaping its future trajectory.

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