PRIME minister Raila Odinga has described his former advisor Miguna Miguna as "a madman in a market place" who should be ignored. Raila was speaking yesterday at Bondo CDF offices when he toured Bondo-Misori road, which is under construction. The PM said he chosen not to respond to Miguna's claims lest the public thinks they are true.
Raila accused Miguna of being part of a clique of anti-reformists who have ganged up against him to ensure that he does ascend to the presidency and implement the new constitution. He asked members of the public to ignore such people and focus on leaders, who will deliver the country from bad governance.
The PM said the general election will be a two-horse race between the reform-oriented ODM and another one which has yet to emerge. "This election is important because it will be the first under new constitution to usher a new and meaningful leadership," said Raila.
He was accompanied by Finance assistant minister Oburu Oginga, Rarieda MP Nicholas Gumbo and Alego-Usonga politician Odunga Mamaba among others.