Amisi hits out at Mudavadi, Wetang’ula over party wrangles
By David Musundi
Saboti MP Caleb Amisi has hit out at ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi and his Ford Kenya counterpart Moses Wetang’ula who are NASA affiliates for accusing ODM leader Raila Odinga of interfering with their parties.
He challenged them to address emerging internal issues within their parties without dragging Mr. Odinga’s name into problems of their own making, adding that Odinga is not a member of any of the two parties for his name to be used as a scapegoat
Speaking in Kitale during after overseeing disbursement of NG CDF bursary cheques to needy students from his constituency, he challenged the two leaders of the mulembe nation to work towards achieving the unity of purpose to help people from western province have stalled projects revamped for the region’s economic recovery without engaging Mr. Odinga into unnecessary shadow boxing.
"The attacks on former Prime minister the right honorable Raila Odinga are baseless, uncalled for and will not be lightly taken especially by people with no agenda apart from raising unnecessary complaints like babies," he said.
He said the leaders need to rise above petty and parochial political utterances aimed at causing despondency and instead build their leadership on principles, ideologies and policies without using the narrative of Luhya unity to antagonize other leaders.