Mbita MP Millie Odhiambo has distanced the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) Party from the troubles being experienced in the ruling Jubilee Party.

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Odhiambo said the ODM Party does not have a hand in Jubilee issues as some politicians are alleging.

Speaking on KTN's CheckPoint show on Sunday night, Odhiambo asked Jubilee to stop dragging ODM into its internal problems.

The MP noted that ODM does not have any reason to wreck the President Uhuru Kenyatta-led party.

She accused some Jubilee politicians of propagating a false narrative that Raila Odinga is to blame for the party's troubles.

"People should stop blaming Raila Odinga for everything that goes wrong and on this, I ask Jubilee to handle its internal problems without dragging ODM's name into it," she said.

Odhiambo said that ODM is focused on the country's unity and will not engage in malicious succession politics.

She hit out at a section of Jubilee politicians whom she accused of plunging the country into election mood.

"They should stop this tanga tanga and kitaeleweka thing and work for Kenyans who elected them to office," she added.

The MP warned that President Uhuru risks not realising his legacy if politicians from his party continue debating about 2022.

A section of Jubilee politicians has accused Raila of allegedly hiding behind the handshake to cause trouble in the ruling party.

On Sunday, Garissa Township MP Aden Duale said that Jubilee Party will not split as some people are claiming.

The MP who spoke in Kilifi said President Uhuru and his deputy William Ruto are committed to achieving the country's unity and development agenda.