In an interview with K24 on Wednesday, August 2, the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) legislator sensationally claimed that the two had been planted in Raila Odinga’s Azimio camp to sabotage the coalition from within.
Kagombe said the two were Kenya Kwanza moles planted in Azimio but they were working with the Kenya Kwanza government.
As such, he urged them to immediately resign and “come back home” adding that their cover had been blown.
“Martha Karua, Kioni, and other moles we had planted in Azimio should now resign, they are no longer important because their cover has been blown. We planted moles and now they should come back to where they belong,” he said.
His comments come just hours after Karua, who is also the Azimio’s deputy leader skipped a Parliamentary Group meeting convened by coalition’s leader Raila Odinga on Tuesday, August 1.
Karua however defended her absentia saying she was busy during the Azimio Parliamentary Group meeting.
Last month, Azimio la Umoja blogger Robert Alai alleged that Martha Karua was sabotaging the coalition’s effort to counter the current government’s excesses.
“ODM currently finds value in a coalition with Wiper and DAP-K. Others are donkeys we have to whip to make any impact. The others are stressing ODM with lots of funny rendezvous while in a real sense, they wasted our votes, and handed over power to someone they want us to call enemy, but they call them “my President,” Alai who is also the Kileleshwa ward Member of County Assembly (MCA) said on July 30.