“ Miguna has missed the point in his book. He only wants to trade with the PM’s name,” said Ochieng.
He added: “We have done well in Parliament and both of us are members of Parliamentary committees, so Miguna is wrong.”
He added that he had a dossier as to why Miguna ran away from Canada where he had sought asylum and threatened to spill the beans.
“I have damaging information about why Miguna fled Canada and I will soon release it,” he said.
Outa noted that Miguna’s allegations were laughable and told Kenyans to ignore him.
He noted that Miguna was bitter that he floored him when he ran for Nyando Parliamentary seat in the 2007 elections.
“ Miguna was in the race for the seat and he did not manage even 20 votes, that is why he is spreading propaganda about me,” he added.
The leaders said Miguna’s attack on the PM was in bad faith and termed him a malicious individual.
Separately, three United Democratic Forum (UDF) MPs have challenged Raila to clear his name over corruption allegations against him by Miguna.
Housing Minister Soita Shitanda led the MPs in demanding that Raila comes out clean over the graft allegations.
Other MPs putting pressure on the PM to respond to the allegations include Boni Khalwale (Ikolomani) and Justus Kizito (Shinyalu).