Duale accuses ODM of hatching plot to scuttle pact

National Assembly Majority leader Adan Duale is accusing his colleagues in Orange Democratic Party (ODM) of hatching a plot to scuttle the unity pact between President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM leader Raila Odinga.

Speaking at his Garissa Township Constituency on Thursday, Duale wants the ODM Leaders to support Raila Odinga as he engages President Kenyatta.

He said when NASA leader met with President Uhuru he was of the opinion that he wanted reconciliation and better future for Kenyans but he cited recent push by ODM as derailing the recent handshake.

“As jubilee from Deputy President to all members we are bound to a bid by what President speak and any decision made we have to follow,” Said Duale

Recently however, particularly with the second deportation of self-proclaimed NRM General Miguna Miguna, ODM leaders have called on the party leader to re-think the unity pact.

Duale is challenging his colleagues to rally behind their party leader as the unity pact would bridge differences that have existed for long.

Duale however criticized Odinga’s criticism of Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i Wednesday over his condemnation of the Judiciary while appearing at the National Assembly’s security committee, calling for mutual respect between Jubilee and ODM Parties.

 

  

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