Raila Odinga sneaking back to Moi, his former tormentor; says Tony Gachoka
Posted by African Press International on July 13, 2012
Tony Gachoka has his way of saying things – just as it is. He cannot understand why Raila Odinga – as he says – is sneaking back to former president Moi by pretending that he want to Kabarak Church to pray, and that he met Moi accidentally already seated in the church. The fact is that he wants Moi’s support to get some of Rift Valley’s votes. Is this not becoming desperate; asks Gachoka - a man who worked for Raila before and now says he became uncomfortable working for him and instead chose to run very fast – a run from a man he says is a dictator by nature.
Gachoka commends Miguna Miguna, who was Raila’s advisor, for being brave enough to write a book that exposes Prime Minister Raila Odinga’s corrupt deals.
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Gachoka castigate Raila, a man who was harassed by the previous regime, for seeking refuge from his tormentor - the former president at Kabarak recently, pretending to pray and yet he was seeking political mileage..
Gachoka says, he decided to be man enough when Moi’s regime tormented him by refusing to seek refugee status outside thew country as Raila did by running to Norway where he stayed safe for about one year before sneaking back to the country. Gachoka characterises the act as cowardice.