We don't want circus on Eurobond cash, Jubilee warns Raila
07 January 2016, 12:00
Nairobi - Jubilee coalition has told CORD leader Raila Odinga to refrain from making wild and unsubstantiated claims regarding the expenditure of Eurobond cash.
National Assembly Majority Leader, Aden Duale who led over 16 Jubilee legislators at a press conference claimed that the opposition's continued falsified attacks on the government's management is aimed at sabotaging Kenya's economy through propaganda, scaremongering and falsehoods.
Duale said CORD's criticism has nothing to do with integrity or good governance but is all about personal interest, populism and an attempt to falsify a moral high ground.
"After months of hot air and bravado, Odinga has failed to produce a shred of evidence on Eurobond. If he had factual information, he would have made it public," said Duale.
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"We don't want him to make circus on Eurobond. Now that the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission is properly and fully constituted, he should go and give commisioners all evidence he has and names of all Eurobond cash beneficiries," he warned.
Duale added that Odinga's Tuesday State of the Nation address where he accused Jubilee government of applying the old KANU tactics of buying opposition MPs is a clear indicator that he has lost political ground and resorted to preparing his supporters psychologically to reject the 2017 election results when defeated.
"We know Odinga's noise is informed by the true fear that he has lost ground rapidly and what he is engaging in is preparing his followers to reject results of the general elections next year," said Duale.
He maintained that the Jubilee government will not allow anymore bloodshed as caused by disputes in election results as witnessed during the 2007/8 polls.
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