Politics

REVEALED: NASA wrangles led to swearing in cancellation

All is not well in NASA, we can now authoritatively reveal. The cancellation of swearing in voodoo of NASA leader Raila Odinga was a culmination of bitter boardroom squabbles pitting ODM militant members led by Siaya Senator James Orengo, against their moderate counterparts from ANC, Wiper and Ford-Kenya.

Our squealer confides that prior to the unprecedented postponement, there was a heated debate and verbal castigation amongst members of the NASA top decision making organ. The unpleasant exchanges manifested outside the boardroom when ODM members refused to turn up for the press conference at Okoa Kenya offices.

There have been concerns from affiliate parties mainly ANC, Wiper and Ford-Kenya, on manifest unilaterally bulldozing of political decisions coming from their partner, ODM. Questions were being raised why Raila was pushing for his illegal swearing in ceremony, oblivious of the absence of his running mate, Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka.

The fate of Mudavadi in the uncertain political mix was also part of the quagmire that ANC was worried about. Alliance members were also troubled by the potential outcome of the whole unconstitutional process that’s treasonous and attracting the death penalty.

The above issues were exacerbated by local and international diplomatic pressures led by United States and United Kingdom. The whole atmosphere left the NASA fraternity with no viable option but to cave in.

James Orengo and other young ODM extremists who have been twerking on television screens, updating Kenyans on the progress of Raila’s illegal voodoo were conspicuously absent at the NASA presser. Those present were Musalia Mudavadi (ANC), Moses Wetangula(Ford-Kenya)and Prof. Kivutha Kibwana, representing Kalonzo Musyoka(Wiper).