FORD Kenya MPs plan CORD exit
06 April 2016, 19:55
Nairobi - FORD Kenya MPs are planning an exit from the CORD coalition after the recent mess related to party leader Moses Wetang'ula.
The MPs it has emerged are angry with the manner in which Wetang'ula was treated and let down by CORD leader Raila Odinga over the weekend.
Odinga openly ignored Wetang'ula's Presidential launch last weekend in Kakamega which has left the MPs unhappy and disillusioned.
It is understood that one of the MPs is Tongaren main man Simiyu Eseli.
The MPs want a serious talk over Wetang'ula's and FORD Kenya's place in the CORD coalition after the embarrassing incident.
" The MPs are unhappy with the way the party leader has been treated. They say that FORD Kenya has supported the CORD leader despite the issues that have been seen and that the party deserves better," a source told News24.
Wetang'ula and Raila were set to meet during the week for talks which cannot yet be confirmed to have taken place.
Odinga travelled to Tanzania instead of making it to the ceremony which in the end turned chaotic at the famous Muliro Gardens.
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