Mudavadi Warned Against Using Raila's Name To Gain Political Mileage
Nov. 06, 2019
ODM Secretary General Edwin Sifuna has cautioned Amani National Congress (ANC) leader Musalia Mudavadi against attacking former Prime MInister Raila Odinga.
According to a tweet from ODM, Sifuna said it is saddening to notice that Mudavadi has been on the forefront in launching scathing attacks against Raila.
He alluded that Mudavadi could be using Raila's name to gain popularity for no good course, adding his attacks are 'unwarranted'.
"SG Edwin Sifuna tells ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi to desist from unnecessary tirades against Partly Leader Raila Odinga. He says the former VP’s remarks on the Party leader on Monday were baseless and unwarranted, only aimed at attracting cheap political mileage which doesn’t come so easily," ODM tweeted.
Speaking on Monday, Mudavadi claimed Raila had decided to seek the support of corrupt governors to win the Kibra seat.
He said some of the governors are being sought by the Directorate of Criminal Investigations and Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) yet Raila had to dine and wine with them, in the name of the handshake.
“I saw many governors here. Most of those governors have misappropriated county government resources and have their files at the DCI and EACC. They are seeking for protection from him (Raila) against the ongoing investigations against them,” said Mudavadi.