- NASA Co-Principals Moses Wetangula and Kalonzo Musyoka have been accused of planning to sabotage Raila's swearing-in
- The allegations were made by former Nairobi gubernatorial candidate Miguna Miguna
- Miguna warned the two against holding secret meetings with the ruling Jubilee Party
Former Nairobi gubernatorial candidate and Author of the book 'Peeling Back The Mask' Miguna Miguna has accused Ford Kenya party leader and National Super Alliance (NASA) Co-Principal Moses Wetangula and his counterpart Wiper Democratic Movement leader Kalonzo Musyoka of betrayal.
According to Miguna, the two Opposition leaders have had secret night meetings with the ruling party, Jubilee. He accused them of trying to sabotage the plans by NASA to swear-in leader Raila Odinga as the people’s president.
To @CoalitionNASAKe "principals" and other opportunists holding night meetings with @JubileePartyK despots in order to sabotage the SWEARING-IN of the People's President @RailaOdinga on January 30th & the unveiling of a parallel government, YOU WILL FACE THE WRATH OF THE PEOPLE!January 13, 2018
Tweeting his remarks on January 13, Miguna who has in the recent past shown full support to the swearing-in plans said he has evidence that there have been secret meetings and that the two will face the wrath of NASA supporters.
On August 8, 2017, @UKenyatta & @WilliamsRuto stole elections and imposed themselves and a bunch of crooks on Kenyans. They subsequently MURDERED more than 315 innocent civilians. We are going to fight & defeat the despots. @Wetangulam, @skmusyoka et al are free to join them!— Dr. Miguna Miguna (@MigunaMiguna) January 13, 2018
The#NRM forces are ordered to deal with all traitors FIERCELY from today. We know of the night meetings. The People's Revolution will not be sabotaged by scoundrels! cc @RailaOdinga, @skmusyoka, @Wetangulam, @MusaliaMudavadi, @KBonimtetezi, @DavidNdii, @nduyamuthama @orengo_james pic.twitter.com/tYcKroeSyQJanuary 13, 2018
This commotion in NASA comes just two weeks to January 30, the mentioned swearing date. NASA had earlier vowed to swear-in Raila on November 28 before postponing to December 12 and eventually settling on January.
Miguna ended up by saying the two could join the government if they so wish to.
The Ford Kenya party, which is led by the Bungoma Senator in turn, responded to Miguna’s claims saying that they were propaganda meant to cause trouble in the coalition. This prompted more response from Miguna as he insisted he knew exactly how the two were playing their cards.
Miguna Miguna responded;
Statements made by @MigunaMiguna are out of scope and meant to rock the NASA coalition. His unfounded allegations are based on propaganda and innuendos. This must stop. @TheODMparty @WiperMovement @Wetangulam @HonChrisWamalwa @anc_party @CoalitionNASAKe— Ford-Kenya (@FordKenyaSimba) January 13, 2018
Total rubbish! Ask them about the meeting of January 11, 2018 and return here grovelling in apology.— Dr. Miguna Miguna (@MigunaMiguna) January 13, 2018
I have them on tape. I also have the transcripts of their secret meetings. Let them try me.— Dr. Miguna Miguna (@MigunaMiguna) January 13, 2018
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