Wetangula calls out on ODM acting like gigolo suffering from chronic syphilis

If their is anything that can bring down the NASA coalition any minute is the war over money.Each of the four NASA affiliate parties — ANC, ODM, Wiper and Ford Kenya — want a share of the money allocated from the Political Parties Fund and keep monthly contributions from their MPs.

But in a hard tackle against partners staking a claim to the Political Parties Fund, ODM yesterday said it owes ‘no other party any money’.

“Ford Kenya is a like a slay queen insulting the spouse and then expecting to be sent rent. ODM will not give Ford Kenya even a penny. Whatever they contributed to the NASA coalition has been negated by their propaganda and slaying [sinc] with Deputy President William Ruto,” said ODM secretary general Edwin Sifuna.

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The Orange party accused Moses Wetang’ula’s party of trying to make good his threats of a ‘messy and nosy’ divorce from the coalition.

“Ford Kenya has no locus standi. The money belongs to ODM and it is the party which will decide what to do with it. There is nowhere it is agreed that we share money with anybody,” Sifuna insisted.

The claim to the fund comes hot on the heels of another coalition standoff over individual members’ contributions to NASA.

The parties have written to the National Assembly to stop members’ remittances to the NASA secretariat.

Each of the coalition’s MPs contributes Sh20,000 monthly, split in half between the parent parties and the secretariat. They have directed the whole amount to be channeled to affiliate parties’ accounts to run their affairs.

The NASA coalition has been wobbly since the March 9 handshake with frequent squabbles over claims of unilateral decisions by ODM leader Raila Odinga and bullying of partners.

After Raila was named Africa Union envoy for infrastructure development and Wiper’s Kalonzo Musyoka picked to lead peace negotiations in South Sudan, observers have concluded that that the NASA coalition had become moribund.

Ford Kenya leader Moses Wetang’ula has declared the coalition ‘dead’ but his ANC counterpart Musalia Mudavadi insists the coalition is alive and kicking and will continue to check the Jubilee administration.

Moses Wetangula has taken the war higher with ODM party terming it a mole that wants an elephant share.

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