Kuria on Sunday told Odinga that he felt sorry for him for being misled by people within his circle.
The Gatundu legislator alleged that Siaya Senator James Orengo, former Machakos Senator Johnstone Muthama and Amani National Congress (ANC) leader Musalia Mudavadi had set up Raila for failure and have made him a laughing stock.
"Dear Raila Odinga. From the bottom of my heart, today I totally feel for you. I told you days before the 26th October repeat elections to avoid receiving advice from people who want to inherit your political kingdom. Did you listen?
"Orengo, Muthama and Musalia wanakucheza (playing around with you). They are tightening the noose around your neck. They want to make a cartoon out of you.
"First they raise the expectations of your supporters. They lift you to the mountains then when you are up there, like the gods in Greek mythology, they ask you to fly. They then wait to hear a loud thud as you hit the ground. This is how they convinced you to boycott the repeat election," stated Kuria.
He further added that the failed swearing in was also the fault of the three and Odinga should 'resist' them.
"Now the same with the swearing in that never was. You really need to resist them. You now need time to reflect on your own.
"Maybe go back to Zanzibar. When you are back, come see me, okay? We need to have a chat," he concluded.
NASA canceled the proposed swearing in on Sunday and apologised to Kenyans for 'disappointing' them though it maintained that it would not relent to seek justice and reforms.