Former Cabinet Ministers Muskari Kombo, Noah Wekesa and Fred Gumo as well as Ojaamong and Trans Nzoia Senator Michael Mbito accompanied the duo on the tour, perhaps in a bid to restamp their presence in Luhya politics.
He said they are going to record a statement with police over threats targeted at the NEC members who attended the special meeting.
He said it was wrong for the Wetangula group to resort to threats and intimidation to NEC members, adding that Kenyans can now see why the party leader was removed.
“We are going to report this to the police to make sure our NEC members are protected from the threats,” he said.
Eseli, however, told the NEC members to remain steadfast despite the threats, adding that the law is on their side.
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The Tongeren MP said the Political Party Act which created the office of the Registrar of Political Parties is a brainchild of Ford Kenya and they would strive to respect it.
“This Act was introduced in Parliament by former Ford Kenya chairman Musikari Kombo,” said Eseli.
He told Wetangula to respond to the allegations which led to his ouster and wait for delegates conference to contest for the party leader position.