Another fall out in NASA?
The Lugari Constituency lawmaker who spoke in Eldoret over the weekend, castigated Mr Odinga for the poor advice he has received in the recent past.
“Someone should tell Raila that he is naked and that he needs to get his clothes back from where he forgot them. What he says or does is no longer attractive to Kenyans," he said in Eldoret on Sunday.
He added that the politician's advisers were misleading him about the inauguration yet it will "serve nothing but to embarrass him and the Opposition".
He added: "I wonder why he is still thinking of things such as taking an oath. Let him do better things including cleaning his own house where we have very many complaints."
The MP disclosed that he will rally a group of Nasa MPs to resist and boycott the ‘shaming ceremony’.
He divulged that Nasa instead should start plans of being registered as a political party in preparations for the 2022 race.
The legislator said ODM had frustrated other parties in the National Super Alliance and warned of serious consequences.
"We complained but Raila refused to deal with issues to do with the sharing of positions in Parliament," he said.
He added that ODM's move to take up all committee positions angered Amani National Congress, Wiper and Ford Kenya and that they politicians were no longer comfortable working with the orange party.
He did not give details on this claim but noted: "Parties in NASA need each other. These are the issues Raila should be handling instead of being obsessed with a useless swearing-in plan that will only serve to hoodwink his supporters."
Meanwhile, ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi, Ford Kenya's Moses Wetang'ula and Wiper Kalonzo Musyoka have said in the past, amid claims of a falling out, that their alliance will not break.
Major rifts within NASA erupted on the floor of the National Assembly on December 13 over exclusion of Wiper Party from membership of the Parliamentary Service Commission.
Mr Odinga, while he maintains that he will take oath early January, has not resolved the pending issues in the Opposition.