Ignore the cowards - Miguna rubbishes claims that Raila tricked NASA principals ahead of swearing-in
10 months ago, 8 Mar 19:17
The self styled NRM general scoffed at ANC party secretary general Barrack Muluka calling him a coward for claiming Raila Odinga played games on other NASA principals ahead of his oath. Miguna wondered if Musalia Mudavadi, Kalonzo Musyoka and Moses Wetangula expected Raila to "carry" them on his back to Uhuru Park. He spoke after Muluka claimed Raila tricked his other three co-principals into switching off their phones but he left them and went ahead to be sworn in without their knowlegde. Muluka's story irked a section of ODM party with secretary general Eliud Sifuna rubbishing the claims Vocal politician Miguna Miguna has fired back at ANC party Secretary General Barrack Muluka after claims that Raila Odinga had tricked NASA co – principals ahead of the controversial swearing in ceremony on January 30. Miguna Miguna on Thursday, March 8 turned his guns on Muluka , terming him a coward for heading to the media with the damning claims. The former gubernatorial candidate in a scathing attack, termed Muluka’s sentiments as hypocritical since according to him, Raila could not “carry” his co principals to the ceremony. “The cowards and hypocrites in @CoalitionNASAKe like @BarrackM, Khalwale and their puppet masters make me sick. Did they expect @RailaOdinga to LITERALLY CARRY THEM TO UHURU PARK on Jan. 30th? Each one of us took ourselves there. Let's march on and ignore the cowards #UhuruMustGo.,” Miguna said in a tweet. He was speaking in a fiery response to a recent interview by Muluka where he seemed to suggest that Raila Odinga tricked his co principals into missing the January 30 event. According to Muluka, Odinga had promised to reach out to his co-principals, Kalonzo Musyoka, Musalia Mudavadi and Moses Wetangula, and let them know when they could meet to finalise deliberations on the thorny oath plan, but he never called. Muluka poked holes the coalition by claiming Odinga had also told Musyoka, Mudavadi and Wetangula to turn off their phones and that he would call them to tell them where they could meet to chat way forward. It is not the first time Miguna is calling out a NASA-affiliated leader as he had previously claimed strategist David Ndii and CEO Norman Magaya were nothing but spies in the alliance.
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