By Linah Musangi.
Mwingi West Legislator Hon. Charles Nguna has termed Odinga’s secretive meeting with President Kenyatta held yesterday Friday February 09, 2018 at president’s office at Harambee House in Nairobi City as selfish political game set for self-beneficiary.
He has also added that Raila’s main agenda was to finish Hon. Kalonzo Musyoka in Kenyan future politics.This is because the NASA’S Co- Principal Kalonzo Musyoka who also doubles as the Party Leader of Wiper Democratic Movement is posing a big political threat in forthcoming 2022 General Elections.
Speaking at Nguutani Secondary School in Mwingi West Kitui County when launching Kitui County School’s games, Hon. Nguna said that what the former Prime Minister did caught everyone by surprise considering that not even the NASA Co-Principals Hon. Musalia Mudavadi ,Bungoma County Senator Hon. Moses Wetangula and Former Vice President Hon. Kalonzo Musyoka were aware of this meeting.
“We supported him with all we had.A lot of bloodshed has been witnessed in many parts of this our great republic of Kenya simply because of our loyalty to him” the lawmaker stated.
In addition to that, Hon. Nguna added that Raila might have been given a certain slot of money by the ruling Jubilee Party to go and hold that meeting with the Head of State and that might be the main reason why the other Chief Opposition Leaders were left out.
Hon. Charles Nguna has termed Odinga’s act unpleasant to the entire NASA Alliance.
“Raila has let us down.We were his true followers but he swept all this under the carpet.We did not revote in November 26,2017 elections after the Supreme Court of Kenya nullified the 8 August ,2017 victory of H.E President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy President Hon. William Ruto following Raila’s directive to all his NASA Coalition supporters” disappointed Hon. Nguna said.
However, the Mwingi parliamentarian has urged all the elected leaders to put aside their political and party conflicting diffrrences and work jointly in unison to achieve full implementation of their manifestoes and service delivery to their since the election period is now over.