Wetang'ula will not apologize for Raila 'abuse' MP says
13 October 2016, 20:45
Nairobi - FORD Kenya leader Moses Wetang'ula will not apologize for the alleged abuse levelled at Raila Odinga, an MP says.
Kimilili MP Chris Wamalwa says that Wetang'ula's tongue in cheek comments did not mean anything and stated that so far Raila has yet to demand any apology himself.
He said that calls by the Luo Council of Elders to task Wetang'ula with apologising are a waste of time.
" The council should not expect an apology from Senator Wetang’ula just
because they mistook his use of figurative language for an abuse. He did
not abuse him at all as alleged,” he said.
He stated that all leaders in CORD are equal and must be taken that way, not propping up others, as Wamalwa says.
" We are partners in CORD. If there is any issue it will be solved and in the right manner, not the calls by some demanding things that will never come," he added.
The elders led by chairman Willis Otondi and secretary Owino Nyady accused Wetang’ula of likening Raila to a barren woman through a
So far Raila and Wetang'ula have yet to comment on the matter personally.
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