Miguna Miguna Now Goes After NASA MPs

  • Self- declared National Resistance Movement (NRM) general Miguna Miguna on Thursday declared that he would name all the National Super Alliance (NASA) coalition legislators who he termed as betrayers to the opposition's cause.

    Through his social media, Miguna stated that Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala should release the list of all the coalition's leaders who refused to sign the affidavit recognising NASA leader Raila Odinga as the People's president.

    "Comrade @Cleophas_Malala must release the list of all @CoalitionNASAKe elected leaders who refused to sign the affidavit endorsing the swearing-in of The People's President. We shall unveil the list of those who didn't attend Uhuru Park and those hanging the despots' portraits," he conveyed.

    Days to Raila's swearing in as the people's president on January 30th, Malala fronted an affidavit through which all NASA MPs should sign to endorse the coalition leader.

    [caption caption="File image of Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala "][/caption]

    Over 120 legislators signed the document but a few rejected it, stating that they did not need to sign it to prove their loyalty.

    Among those who have not signed the document were National Assembly Deputy Minority Leader Robert Mbui, South Mugirango MP Sylvanus Osoro, Kitutu Chache South MP Richard Onyonka and Luanda MP Christopher Omulele.

    Omulele was at the time quoted by the Star claiming that the affidavit was a ploy by 'jokers' Malala and Nominated MP Godfrey Osotsi to gain political mileage.

    “My leader is Raila. I don't need to swear an affidavit before some ANC members who were fighting Raila up to the last moment. In the IEBC record, I am one of the proposers for Raila to be President.

    Earlier on, Dr Miguna exposed NASA strategist David Ndii and Chief Executive Officer Norman Magaya, alleging they were secretly working with Jubilee to scuttle the opposition.

    In a note addressed to the two, Miguna stated that he had reliable information that Magaya and Ndii were trying to cripple the activities of the National Resistance Movement (NRM).

    [caption caption="Miguna and Raila during swearing ceremony"][/caption]

    Miguna further claimed he was informed by NASA leader Raila Odinga that Ndii was opposed to the 'swearing in'.