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ODM accuses Nyaga of luring party officials to TNA

30 November 2012, 12:06

Nairobi - The Standard reports ODM has claimed that Minister for Co-operatives Joe Nyaga is luring its ODM officials in Central Province to Uhuru Kenyatta’s The National Alliance Party and other outfits.

Speaking at Orange House in Nairobi on Thursday, ODM Murang’a County chairman Mike Rubia claimed that he and other ODM leaders in central were approached by Nyagah to defect from ODM.

Rubia, who was accompanied by ODM Secretary General Anyang’ Nyong’o, the party’s Kiambu County acting chairman Peter Kabucho and other ODM leaders in Central Province, claimed that Nyagah offered KES 10 million to ODM chairpersons running for parliamentary seats and KES 2 million for Country representatives to leave ODM.

For more details visit the Standard

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