National Super Alliance, NASA co-chair Johnstone Muthama now wants NASA leader Raila Odinga to effectively push for the implementation of electoral reforms they have been fighting for.
Muthama who is a fierce critique of the jubilee government terms the handshake between President Uhuru Kenyatta and NASA leader Raila Odinga as just brotherly meant to settle personal feuds.
Johnstone Muthama is until now pondering why NASA leader Raila Odinga took unlawful oath.
Muthama who is a fierce a critique of the Jubilee leadership says despite plans to iron out key issues affecting the opposition Raila Odinga went ahead to take an oath without following due process.
He says the wrangles within the opposition began right from crafting the oath.
Some of the key members who played a vital role in the preparation of Raila Kalonzo swearing in fate was James Orengo, Sakwa Bunyasi and Bonnie Khalwale.
According to Muthama, Raila defied their orders by swearing himself as the President of the republic of Kenya.
Realizing he didn’t follow the law Muthama says Raila’s move to unite with President Kenyatta was meant to keep his political career safe.
Opposition leader, Raila Odinga, is busy in his journey of mending relationship between his key rivals.
Recently he met retired president Daniel Moi at his Kabarak home just a few months after holding talks with President Kenyatta