Musalia Mudavadi and Moses Wetangula had officially thrown a salvo at Raila Odinga and ODM. They have claimed that Raila Odinga is trying to break NASA Coalition and reign upon the people of Western Kenya.
The two leaders dismissed those who had been picked as Luhya spokespersons last week arguing that Francis Atwoli was working with others who are from outside their home backyard to ruin their leadership.
Accompanied by several MPs from the region, Mudavadi threw his support behind Moses Wetangula noting that the Senator is the ultimate leader of Ford Kenya. This is due to wrangles which was at play yesterday when the party delegates met and removed Wetangula as the party leader.
The group has reiterated that only Wetangula and Musalia Mudavadi can speak on their behalf and that of the people of Mulembe. They also criticised the meeting held at Atwoli’s residence and noted that he did not amass enough numbers as he portrayed.
Reading the statement on behalf of the leaders, Chris Wamalwa said that many of the signatures said to have been appended to endorse the new list of spokespersons were cooked and forged. He noted that they had the real numbers.
Unique to observe, 80% of the MPs who attended the press conference were strong supporters of the Deputy President William Ruto. This also portrayed a long overdue thought that perhaps Musalia and Wetangula are about to form a Coalition with the Tanga Tanga wing of Jubilee Party led by William Ruto.
Musalia Mudavadi has been meeting with leaders allied to the Deputy President in what he termed as his ultimate agenda to ensure unity in the country. He is also said to have had a meeting with DP Ruto but details of the meeting is yet to be unveiled.
NASA Coalition started experiencing wrangles when MPs met last week and de-whipped members from committees for allegedly supporting the DP. Both Musalia and Wetangula termed the move as bullying from the side of Raila Odinga, ODM.
Now, Raila Odinga sticks close to Kalonzo Musyoka and have together joined hands in supporting President Uhuru Kenyatta’s agenda to transform the country.