Ford Kenya party leader and Bungoma senator Moses Wetang'ula has sought the services of his Kenya Kwanza counterpart, lawyer Ahmednasir Abdullahi against members of the Orange Democratic Movement party, who had claimed he is linked to ongoing controversy of Greek ballot printing firm, meant to conduct AugustGeneral elections.
This comes after Suna East Member of Parliament, Junet Mohamed alleged that Moses Wetangula was involved in a plot with the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission IEBC chairperson Wafula Chebukati to rig the August 9 general election, in favour of Dr William Ruto.
Azimio secretary general, Junet Mohammed alleged that IEBC chairperson Wafula Chebukati and senator Moses Wetang'ula convened a meeting which was held in Karen to discuss the ballot paper tender. And Mohammed disclosed that the deal was reached upon during the meeting, which granted the Greek Ballot Printing Firm, Inform Lykos(Hellas) to supply 200 million ballot papers.
The allegations have send chills in Wetangula's spine,in turn, the Kenya Kwanza allied senator through his tweet instructed Ahmednasir Abdullahi to take legal action against Junet for his remarks.
"I have instructed SC Ahmednasir Abdullahi to take legal action against ODM Underdogs to stop their careless inanity against Wetangula and Kenya Kwanza. Watajua hawajui!" Wetang'ula tweeted.
However, Junet has maintained that the senator Moses Wetangula was a key player in the deal, and he dared him to challenge him in court.
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