Raila in trouble after stealing Bunge La Mwananchi’s idea
On Tuesday Odinga said the people’s assembly will comprise of elected leaders and key players from the civil society, trade unions and youths
Bunge La Mwananchi a group that is known for its streets discussion has claimed that they own the “People’s Assembly” idea and therefore they will not allow NASA to steal it from them.
According to the Group, Raila is duplicating what they always do on the streets with their conversations on current affairs.
The group’s Chairman Henry Shitanda claims that Odinga is planning to use their established platform to push his political agenda.
“Unfortunately, although Bunge La Wananchi is an open platform and for that we indeed invite him to join as a Kenyan, we find some of his agenda contrary to the core mission and tenets of our movement,” said Shitanda.
He added that the former Prime Minister is invited to attend daily debates at Jeevanjee gardens to pronounce and present his agenda to the movement for adoption or rejection by members
“We shall require Mr Odinga and his co-principals to abide by our rules and democratic traditions. We are non-violent movement that seeks to unite all Kenyans and we require him to publicly reject violence and the secession agenda before joining the movement or we shall reject his agenda totally,” added Shitanda
On Tuesday Odinga said the people’s assembly will comprise of elected leaders and key players from the civil society, trade unions and youths.
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