Kiminini Member of Parliament Chris Wamalwa has dared Raila Odinga to go it alone in the 2022 presidential elections.

Speaking on Tuesday evening on Citizen TV's NewsNight show, the Ford Kenya lawmaker asked the Orange Democratic Movement not to get involved in any coalition and approach the 2022 general election as an individual party.

"Look at 2013, look at 2017, it has been diminishing. When you extrapolate that, I have no doubt even in 2022, it will be lesser. The issue of coming here and saying we're big, if you're big don't look for coalitions go and compete as an individual," MP Chris Wamalwa said.

MP Chris Wamalwa with OKA Principals Moses Wetangula and Kalonzo Musyoka/Twitter

The heated debate arose after Homa Bay County Women Representative scoffed at the idea of her party boss Raila Odinga joining the One Kenya Alliance.

"Chis Wamalwa's party Ford Kenya's base is Bungoma. They lost 4 seats to Jubilee in Bungoma," Hon Wanga said as she laughed off the thought of Raila Odinga and ODM joining One Kenya Alliance.

The Tuesday night debate revolved around the Nasa affiliate parties and the dissolution of the coalition.

The One Kenya Alliance leaders have consistently extended overtures to former Prime Minister Raila Odinga to join them.

During the interview, Wiper Party Head of Political Affairs Norman Magaya labelled United Democratic Alliance as the enemy of the Kenya people.

Speaking during the interview, Magaya predicted that the opposition parties would unite to oppose UDA in 2022.