Miguna Miguna should present his evidence to the Ethics and Ant–Corruption Commission - Otuoma
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Sports Minster Paul Otuoma speaking in Nanderema Village Samia District[PHOTO|Frankline Bwire|WestFm]
Sports Minister Dr Paul Otuoma has challenged Prime Minister Raila Odinga’s former advisor Miguna Miguna, to present evidence to the Ethics and Anti-corruption Commission to prove his claims in “Peeling Back the Mask” the book he recently published.
Otuoma said Miguna should present factual reports about his allegations against the PM to the rightful authority, to prove to Kenyans that his assertions are genuine.
“Schemes are being cooked to portray Raila negatively and to weaken the Orange Democratic Movement especially as the country heads towards the General Election,” he said, adding that the book authored has nothing of substance.
Speaking at Nanderema village in Samia District, Otuoma who is also the Funyula Legislator said Miguna should not purport to know more about Raila than other Kenyans but instead talk about real facts.
“Let us talk about tangible issues that are factual in leadership and avoid uniting for purposes of fighting against any individual,” said Otuoma who was accompanied by CDF officials from Samia District.
“We cannot address issues affecting us in the country, unless we change the system of governance and implement the new constitution and strengthen our institutions,” said the Sports Minister.
He however called for peaceful campaigns as the country heads towards the General Election, asserting that all aspirants vying for various political seats should be allowed to sale their policies irrespective of their political parties.