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Migori Women Rep ex-aide drops claims of insider info about what Raila really thinks of Junet 

by Joshua Wanga
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A former aide to Pamela Awour who previously served as Junet Mohammed’s Migori County Women Representative is now coming out with what she claims is classified information about the on-goings behind the scenes within the Orange Democratic Movement party, and what the real deal is with Junet Mohammed.

Blogger Scophine Aoko Atieno who has previously served as a Personal Assistant to the former Migori Women Representative Pamela Awour took to Twitter claiming that Rarieda member of parliament Otiende Amollo and Siaya County governor James Orengo were secretly rejoicing at Raila’s loss. She went ahead to claim that is was because Raila has used Junet to regulate them and keep them in check within ODM all along. Apparently, the two are overly excited after Raila threw them under the bus on account of Junet.

In a past interview, Scophine has described herself as “a writer and a student of political science at the University of Nairobi. I’d also described myself as a very pragmatic person and a realist. This is probably why there is a lot of contention because a lot of youths are idealists when it comes to issues of relationships and life.

When you say things as they are then you will find yourself at loggerheads with people.  When Pornhub released its consumer index in 2018, Kenyan women ranked the highest in Africa, beating their counterparts in Europe. Now you wonder what Aoko is saying or mentioning things that they haven’t seen on some of these sites that they visit. We are lying that we’re a conservative society, but we’re not. Someone needs to speak for the guys. I feel that every society that has ever excelled was because men were allowed to be men.

I began writing back in college while pursuing my diploma in journalism at the Kenya Institute of Mass Communication.  Back then we didn’t have a platform to showcase our writing skills. I started slowly writing through Facebook despite being a struggling writer. I finally got noticed by The Nairobian editors who gave me an opportunity to publish some of my articles without any payment. I am glad that they not only gave me a platform but also pushed me and honed my writing skills. I slowly caught the drift and was finally offered a column.”

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