The Ector County Republican Women’s Club hosted their monthly lunch meeting featuring the guest speaker Claver T. Kamau-Imani, also known as Apostle Claver, Wednesday afternoon at the Odessa Marriott Hotel and Convention Center. Kamau-Imani is the founder, president and CEO of the Texas political news radio Raging Elephants Radio and currently serves as the chaplain and chief advisor to the president of the Texas Nationalist Movement. Kamau-Imani also ran for election in the 2020 Republican primary to the Texas House of Representatives to represent Texas’ 138th House District which is comprised of the Spring Branch, Cy-Fair, Bear Creek and Katy communities of west Houston.