Raila warned of 'suspicious' Wetangula
17 November 2014, 14:34
Nairobi - CORD leader Raila Odinga has been warned about the activities of co-principal Moses Wetangula and his plan to derail the coalition.
Wetangula, the head of the Ford Kenya party has been accused by members of the Orange Democratic Movement ODM, which Raila heads, of derailing the party and its activities.
ODM Bungoma branch leaders say that Wetangula is working on killing the party for his own personal gain come the 2017 elections.
Led by Sirisia MP John Waluke, who has been outspoken about the party and its activities, they say that Wetangula has his own plan, of supremacy at the expense of ODM.
" Raila must watch out and watch out very closely," Waluke said on phone from Bungoma.
" The reality is that there are suspicious activities going on and they are all linked to Wetangula and that is not good news for ODM and CORD," he added.
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He accused Wetangula of sponsoring anti-ODM activities and planning for the demise of the party.
" He has select people working to kill ODM as a party and we urge Raila to look at this matter as soon as possible and as a matter of concern," he added.
Waluke though is also in trouble, as ODM is looking to kick him out of the party for apparent anti- party sentiment and alluding to working with the Jubilee coalition.
The ODM national secretariat has already started plans to report him to the registrar of political parties and have him stripped of his seat and have him seek elections under a different banner.
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