• The Member of Parliament was elected on the ODM ticket but in recent days he has been seen collaborating with the UDA side.
Lang'ata Member of Parliament Phelix Odiwuor has increasingly enraged his political followers after being seen with President William Ruto.
The member of parliament who was elected on the ODM party ticket has been mentioned as a party rebel in recent days, especially after he was seen acting against the wishes of the party in favour of the Kenya Kwanza government.
On Tuesday night, Jalang'o uploaded a picture of himself whispering to President Ruto and asked those who don't like him to save the picture for the future. "Save this picture for the future...Only God knows!"
The reactions came hard and fast with most blasting the former Kiss100 host for his decision to closely interact with his party leader's rival.
kipkemboiteddy In all fairness, resign from ODM and vie on a UDA ticket
byronemark Yes it will be for future use, it will be used to remind you that you betrayed Raila as you pack and go home
obyzyy So you think you will be President one day???...BullSHIT!!!
_cptbensase This Guy will be Next President. What Ik about Jalang'o is a go Getter. 🔥🔥
ibruzlee9 Weka mzuri hii utaonyesha kamene goro pale Kameme fm Mr One term mp👋
2mbili You replacing GACHAGUA soon
iam_marwa Raila can't bit Ruto,in the next election facts ; so honestly where should you be ?
jeffmukolwe15 The next Kingpin from luo
mtoi_wa_agnes Viongozi wa social media 🚮🚮🚮
The controversy comes a day after his controversial opinion about how event jobs in Lang'ata should be divvied up.
It should be noted earlier this year, the member of parliament along with other colleagues violated ODM's party position and went to State House to meet President William Ruto at a time when Raila Odinga and his followers were in the process of organizing a protest against Ruto's leadership.
Additionally, in June despite ODM and Azimio announcing their strong position towards the 2023 Finance Bill that was being voted on by Kenya Kwanza, Jalang'o was one of the parliamentarians of that wing who voted for the bill.