Amani National Congress (ANC) party leader Musalia Mudavadi has hit out at NASA leader Raila Odingacalling him a betrayer.
Mudavadi further dismissed Odinga’s recent meeting with President Uhuru Kenyatta terming it as hollow and inconsequential.
“It remains hollow without a public interest agenda and institutional framework to set it off.
“We in NASA had a National Agenda on dialogue which isn’t mentioned in the handshake document,” stated Mudavadi.
He also added that the former Prime Minister betrayed millions of Kenyans when he threw out everything the opposition had been fighting for.
“With the imminent departure of ODM from NASA to merge with Jubilee, new political permutations and alignments will emerge that will make NASA even much stronger.
“I am still reading between lines to find the hidden text related to issues affecting Kenyans that NASA stands for,” he remarked during an interview with the Standard.
The ANC leader was conspicuously absent during NASA’s most recent meeting on Thursday and stated that he had other commitments.
“I had already booked meetings I could not postpone. But frankly, of what value was my presence going to add to what appears to have been a choreographed script against Wetang’ula?
“If majority senators cannot listen to pleas from their party leader, my presence would not matter to those determined to humiliate the senator,” he was quoted.
Mudavadi added that ‘cobwebs about the elections’ must be cleared before leaders shake hands.
“The handshake will be meaningful if it opened the servers so that we know the final truth about the elections,” he stated.