Moses KuriaNASA leader Raila Odinga is apparently not in the United Kingdom as was earlier communicated, reveals Gatundu South MP, Moses Kuria.

Kuria says that ‘Mzee Raila Odinga’s’ meetings in London were cancelled leaving him frustrated hence taking a detour to Dubai where he currently is at.

The former premier according to Kuria left the UK and quietly made his way to Dubai where he will leave in the morning and land in Kenya in time for his ‘grand welcome.’

”Unknown to NASA supporters, all the people who were to meet Mzee Raila Odinga in London as he left the US cancelled the appointments. Frustrated, Mzee Raila Odinga arrived quietly in Dubai yesterday afternoon. He will leave Dubai tomorrow morning and arrive in Nairobi late afternoon,” the legislator alleges.

The grand welcome organized by NASA leaders will see the opposition supporters walk all the way to Jomo Kenyatta Airport meaning that they (supporters) will lose ‘them lose a day’s wage.’

But according to the very outspoken MP, ‘Baba’ as he is popularly known was wrong in leaving his followers in Kenya when he could have taken them with them as he was closer to ‘the promised land.’

”Two things disturb me. Why would Mzee Raila Odinga not inform his supporters he will arrive in the afternoon not morning, thus making them lose a day’s wage? Secondly, Dubai is close to Canaan. Why would Mzee Raila Odinga go to Canaan alone leaving us here?”

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His alleged knowledge of Odinga’s where about might be aligned to rumors that the State deployed undercover agents to track the opposition leader’s movements while in the United States of America.

Word has it that a sizeable number of highly secretive officials were dispatched to Washington days before Odinga’s tour to snoop on him.

Before leaving for the UK, Odinga was in the US where he spoke at the Center for Strategic and International Studies where he accused foreign envoys of supporting the election of President Uhuru Kenyatta and for being part of the problem.

“The envoys efforts up to now have not succeeded in diffusing the crisis. Let me be blunt again. They sometimes have contributed to the problem.”

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