Drama as ‘Men in black’ eject Raila ex-secretary from MPs meeting

Drama as 'Men in black' eject Raila ex-secretary from MPs meeting
Drama as ‘Men in black’ eject Raila ex-secretary from MPs meeting

Raila Odinga’s ex-private secretary Noah Akala was ejected from the NASA Parliamentary Group meeting over alleged links to Jubilee.

Rowdy youths kicked, punched and threw Akala out of the coalition’s Okoa Kenya Secretariat offices, in what was reminiscent of the dramatic ejection of former ODM executive director Magarer Langat from Orange House three years ago.

Raila and other NASA principals were attending the joint PG meeting when the incident took place.

The infamous ‘men in black’, who have consistently dented ODM’s image, appeared to have extended their operations by targeting perceived Jubilee moles within the larger NASA family.

“You are a Jubilee mole. Come here, get out and go to your masters,” one of the youths who appeared to commandeer the team yelled as Akala pleaded for mercy.

His pleas fell on deaf ears and he was thrown out of the premises in Lavington.

Some of the MPs bodyguards attempted to come to Akala’s rescue but were overpowered by youths numbering about 15.

After serving as Raila’s private Secretary, Akala joined the then Cord as a secretariat member.

He has no defined role in the NASA coalition which brings on board ODM, Wiper, Ford Kenya, ANC and CCM.

The man is the brother of Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho’s adviser on economic affairs Nyangasi Oduwo.

During the ODM National Delegates Convention at Kasarani stadium in 2013, men clad in black suits overturned tables, kicked ballot boxes and bungled the elections of national office bearers.

Some NASA MPs have raised alarm over incessant behavior by a group of youths who hang around the venues of meetings they were not invited to.

Source link-the-star.co.ke

 

Drama as ‘Men in black’ eject Raila ex-secretary from MPs meeting

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