Raila revenges on Kalonzo, Wetangula and Mudavadi for skipping his swearing in

What Raila did to Kalonzo, Wetangula and Mudavadi after they skipped his swearing in

Sources privy to the details revealed to The Standard that prior to the event, Raila Odinga made frantic calls to National Supper Alliance (NASA) principals who ignored his calls and never bothered to call back.

With time running out, Raila proceeded to the event accompanied by James Orengo and Hassan Joho.

Shortly after taking his oath, Raila Odinga had his moment of revenge with Kalonzo, Musalia Mudavadi and Moses Wetangula making frantic calls to mend the bridges and put up a united front.

However, the opposition chief ignored the calls for the whole day, prompting his co principals to issue a statement confirming that they were still deeply rooted and united in NASA.

The three principals who skipped the event received a backlash from NASA supporters who failed to believe their claims that they failed to show up for the even after their security was withdrawn.

NASA supporters termed their actions cowardly after they disappointed Odinga in his hour of need.

Meanwhile, Kalonzo Musyoka has emerged with fresh claims that their skipping the event was a tactical move arrived at unanimously by all the four principals.

He claimed that the principals agreed that they would take their oaths in phases and skipped the event based on their reliable intelligence reports.

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