– ODM leaders warned Miguna Miguna against attacking Raila Odinga
– The MPs said they wil not hesitate to support Miguna’s expulsion from the country if he continues attacking Raila
– Miguna accused Raila of abandoning him yet he had risked to swear him in as the People’s President
– ODM politicians termed Miguna as a reckless person following his attack on Raila
The Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) has warned embattled NRM general Miguna Miguna who is stranded in Dubai against attacking and blaming Raila Odinga over his woes.
The party said on Saturday, March 31, it would abandon the fiery leader and even support his deportation should he continue to attack Raila as reported by Daily Nation.
Party Secretary-General Edwin Sifuna warned they would stop assisting the troubled opposition figure revealing that lawyers were offering free services because of Raila.
He spoke barely hours after Miguna issued a hard-hitting statement from Dubai claiming Raila had abandoned him and that he had failed to assist him gain entry to the country without trouble as earlier reported by exposeke.com
“…Raila Odinga cannot and should not be enjoying Easter abroad and dining with the tyrants when the person who swore him in as The People’s President is being “murdered” by those who stole his election and who have killed his supporters,” Miguna said.
Reacting on Miguna’s sentiments, MPs Opiyo Wandayi, Samuel Atandi, Gideon Ochanda and Hilary Alila said ODM would not spare him terming him as being a reckless person.
Atandi said if Miguna does not stop attacking Raila, they will not hesitate to return the fire and even support his deportation from the country.
The legislators said Raila had even risked his own security to show up at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) on Monday, March 26, to add his weight on calls to have Miguna released.
Raila was also in court when the High Court convicted senior government officials including police boss Joseph Boinnet, Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i and Immigration PS Gordon Kihalangwa.