ODM leader Raila Odinga is patching up his party as he gets ready for the 2022 polls.
A guide to be unveiled on Thursday will flag a break from the 2017 National Super Alliance (Nasa) alliance accomplices.
Amani National Congress, Wiper Democratic Movement party and Ford Kenya have shown that they will go separate ways with ODM.
Raila was to unveil the activities tomorrow yet delayed on the grounds that it concided with the handing over of the Building Bridges Initiate report to him and President Uhuru Kenyatta.
“Due to a clash between our function and the release of the BBI report, the party leader has requested that we push our function to Thursday 28th,” reads the communication from Orange House to party MPs.
At the exclusive event, Raila will formally open the new party headquarters in Nairobi’s Lavington and also launch a digital membership registration programme.