Opposition leader Raila Odinga. Photo/Courtesy

The opposition NASA has denied authoring letters to counties requesting for the venue of inaugurating Raila Odinga on Tuesday next week.

A section of the outfit’s top brass now accuses their Jubilee Party rivals of authoring the viral letters to damage the standing of the Opposition.

National Assembly Minority Whip Junet Mohamed dismissed the letters but reiterating that the process was still on course.

“We have seen all such letters but that is not our work,” the Suna East MP said.

“We have neither written, nor are we shopping around for the swearing-in venue which, by the way, is still on.”

A series of letters popped up on Wednesday indicating that the Raila Odinga led team was courting for a venue for the controversial function in pro-NASA counties.

The alleged NASA letters were written to the governors of Busia, Kisumu, Migori, Kakamega, Mombasa and Kitui counties asking them to identify a suitable venue for the anticipated inauguration on December 12.

“Your county having passed the People’s Assembly motion, the presidential inauguration team is requesting your office to provide a venue for this high level event in your county,” read part of the letters.

Raila Odinga is however under pressure from the United States, a section of civil societies and friends who have encouraged him to explore available legal means to navigate his electoral reforms call.

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