General is angry
Miguna stated that Odinga should not have made a deal with the Jubilee leader given that the former Prime Minister was more popular and had the popular will of Kenyans.
The outspoken lawyer likened Odinga's actions to a man who was married to a beautiful and blessed with beautiful children, but left the family to get married to a prostitute.
"A man who is happily married with very beautiful children, they are healthy and prosperous. And then this man leaves this wife to go marry a prostitute. Something is wrong," Miguna stated.
The NRM General also addressed reports that Odinga was forced to make the deal with President Kenyatta after establishing that his co-principals were holding talks with Jubilee to get a similar deal.
Miguna castigated the excuse, terming as "nonsensical" and amounting to political suicide.
The NRM General is the highest-ranking Odinga ally who has publicly criticised the deal reached between the NASA leader and the head of state.
Miguna is currently on a global tour to popularise the NRM movement after he was deported for conducting the controversial oath ceremony on Odinga.