Magerer Lagat threatens to expose Raila's secrets to Jubilee party
Magerer quit ODM in 2014, after a chaotic meeting in Nairobi.
In a meeting convened to endorse Kenya Ports Authority director Fred Kirui for the gubernatorial seat in Kedowa, Kipkelion East Constituency, Langat beaked that what he would release about the rot in ODM will be sufficient to outdo Raila, hence lose the August polls by a landslide.
“Nobody knows ODM and Raila like I do. I will release information that will destroy whatever support that party still enjoys,” he said, amid cheers from the audience.
“I heard that Oloo has threatened to spill the beans. He should know that I also have a damning dossier on ODM.”
In a recent show off, however, former National Alliance (TNA) party Secretary General Onyango Oloo, said he would pull a trudge on President Uhuru Kenyatta, make public sensitive information that could damage his reputation.
Not fit for presidency
Langat argued that Raila is not fit to be the president of Kenya. He added “because he lacks policies to drive development and is only intent on attaining power for his interests”.
“Jubilee has done a lot for this country and deserves another term,” he added.
Langat quit ODM in 2014 following his eviction from the party’s meeting by Nairobi County ward representatives, in a chaotic scene that marred that.
“I want my seat back now that I am in Jubilee. I ask Kipkelion West residents to support me and President Kenyatta,” he said.
The two will battle out for the Jubilee ticket with Kenya Bureau of Standards director Hillary Kosgei, Philip Mutai and Thomas Cheruiyot, reports a local daily.
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