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ODM Launches Multi-Million Headquarters

Orange Democratic Movement launched its new multi-million headquarters located in Lavington, Nairobi on Thursday, November 28, 2019.

Taking to social media, the party shared photos of their new office, after moving out of Orange House which was situated along Menelik Road in Kilimani.

Orange House is owned by Odinga’s former aide Caroli Omondi.

The new ODM headquarters at Lavington. It was unveiled on Thursday, November 28
The new ODM headquarters at Lavington. It was unveiled on Thursday, November 28

The new headquarters cost approximately Ksh180 million.

While building Chungwa House, contractors considered accessibility by Kenyans who are differently-abled.

During the event, the party also unveiled its Digital Membership Registration programme.

Caroli, in 2018, declined the renewal of the lease and gave the party up to the end of that year to vacate the premises, which it had occupied for nearly 12 years.

The party had scheduled to launch its new headquarters building located in Lavington, Nairobi, on Wednesday, November 27, but had to push the event to Thursday, November 28.

This was due to the event coinciding with the unveiling of the BBI report at Bomas of Kenya.

Chungwa House in Lavington, Nairobi. It will be the new headquarters for ODM.
Chungwa House in Lavington, Nairobi. It will be the new headquarters for ODM.


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