ODM communications director, Philip Etale on May 12 had a message for Nominated Senator Isaac Mwaura.
Just a day after his removal from the senate was gazetted, Etale reminded Mwaura of how ungrateful he was.
“Dear friend, no one is celebrating the downfall of Hon. Isaac Mwaura. I am not celebrating either, but just reminding him that the ONE MAN who picked it him from the grass and pushed him to GRACE liked him so much,” said Etale.
In a long Facebook post, the ODM official detailed how the Senator insulted Raila Odinga when his party had nominated him to serve persons living with disabilities.
According to Etale, Mwaura started despising Raila after he got a new suitor; the Jubilee Party.
“That man is Rt. Hon. Raila Amolo Odinga. He made him a Member of Parliament, but somewhere in the middle, UTHAMAKI became his cup of tea and started calling Raila Odinga names,” he wrote.
The party official said that ODM contemplated expelling him due to disloyalty but he survived on the mercy of Raila Odinga.
“That man is Rt. Hon. Raila Amolo Odinga. He made him a Member of Parliament, but somewhere in the middle, UTHAMAKI became his cup of tea and started calling Raila Odinga names.”
The new alliance got him his second nomination but Mwaura would then again burn his bridges by decamping to DP Ruto’s Tanga Tanga movement.
“This earned him a second nomination to Parliament, this time around, in his new home, Jubilee. He, just like his counterpart in the National Assembly Hon. David Ole Sankok, began insulting the owner of his party (Pres. Uhuru Kenyatta) and even went as far as attacking his family and associate,” he detailed.
Raila’s ally proved that he was not sympathetic over Mwaura’s dismissal, saying that it would serve as a lesson to him.
“He thought, the owner of the new home will sympathize with him like BABA did. He has learned that HII NI TOWN. Let him go learn some manners or perhaps learn to respect the PLATE that he feeds on,” he concluded.
A day after his dismissal, Isaac Mwaura’s position was filled with former Samburu Senator, Sammy Loresho.