ODM Party leader, Raila Odinga has dismissed his NASA partners after they asked for their share of fund for political parties.
Odinga said that his NASA Super Alliance partners; Kalonzo Musyoka, Moses Wetang’ula and Musalia Mudavadi have been on his neck demanding for their share.
He defended himself saying that NASA was not a political party adding that his partners have no justification to demand for the money amounting to millions since the 2017 elections were nullified.
“There is no penny ODM has got from the government from the presidential vote, so there is nothing to divide,” he said during an interview with Radio Citizen.
“There is no money for Nasa that ODM has refused to divide. The money ODM is receiving is for the sake of the MPs it has, just like what is given to Jubilee,” Raila said.
“We can’t deny our partners their right. They are not getting money because they don’t have the numbers.”
“We were told that the Registrar of Political Parties has refused to recognise the results of 2017 since they were nullified in court,” the ODM leader said.
This comes days after Wiper Party leader, Kalonzo Musyoka said that he will fight for his share from the ODM Party.
Kalonzo’s remarks were counter attacked by Raila who said that ODM is still as it was and did not benefit from the coalition.
“We went hunting and came back empty-handed. What is there to be divided? Which benefit has ODM got from the past election? The party is still the way it was, just poor as other parties,” Odinga said.