On Sunday, Miguna claimed that Magaya was actively working for Jubilee and took Sh30 million to withdraw the petition against Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko in retaliation for his failed nomination to the East Africa Legislative Assembly (EALA).
He also accused Ndii of opposing Odinga’s swearing in claiming he threatened to lead a walkout from NASA.
“Ndii shouted at me and made the threats in person in my house. Now that their schemes have flopped, they have conspired to sabotage the NRMKe. We shall not permit it!” Miguna stated.
However, Odinga in a statement defended the two NASA leaders saying the coalition had full confidence in them.
“My attention has been drawn to reports in sections of the media, attributed to Miguna Miguna, claiming that two of Nasa Secretariat staff are working for Jubilee Party. We wish to make it clear that as a coalition, we have full confidence in Ndii and Magaya, who have dedicated time and resources working for Nasa’s course,” Odinga said.
The NASA leader said if the allegations made by Miguna were true, they were “very unfortunate and detrimental to the course we are pursuing”.
He urged all supporters of NASA to ignore Miguna’s remarks and focus on the issues they need to address.
Miguna who was deported to Canada stated that his return would mark the mothers of all liberation wars.
He has assured his supporters that the date of his return will be announced soon and they ought to be ready.