We are done – Wetangula to Raila

Wetangula spoke in Bungoma

According to the Star, the Ford Kenya party leader said that Raila was a traitor and he betrayed his other NASA Co-principals after he failed to inform them of the peace deal he signed with President Uhuru Kenyatta at Harambee house on 9 March.

“My friend Raila, I have no hard feelings for you but our journey with you is over," he said.

Senator Wetangula who spoke at a funeral in Mukhweya village in Kabuchai constituency, Bungoma County said that the Mulembe community would not allow Raila to use him and Co-principal Musalia Mudavadi to gain the support from the region.

Wetangula and Mudavadi parted ways with Raila after he was ousted as the senate Minority leader by ODM party senators and was replaced by Siaya senator James Orengo.

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