ODM has disowned law firm Silas Jakakimbaâ€™s assertions that heÂ traveled to Harare on behalf of bash chief Raila Odinga.
Zimbabwe law enforcement claimed Jakakimba went to Harare as Railaâ€™s envoy in the course of the July 30 vote and incited protesters to reject the outcomes.
The previous Primary Ministerâ€™s aide also whilst talking to Everyday Nationâ€™s from his rural residence in Homabay County claimed he had been sent to demonstrate solidarity to Oppositionâ€™s MDC by Raila.
In a assertion on Tuesday, ODMÂ executive directorÂ Oduor Ongâ€™wen saidÂ the orange bash did not deliver any person or any representatives to Harare.
â€śJakakimba traveledÂ to Harare on his own volition and was neither representing the bash nor the social gathering leader.Â Although he is known to Raila, he is neither an worker of ODM nor of the Raila Odinga Secretariat,â€ťÂ Ongâ€™wen explained,
Jakakimba was sought by Zimbabwean police for interrogation on the the chaos that still left at minimum 6 lifeless.
Zimbabwe police main spokesperson, senior assistant commissioner Charity Charamba, was quoted by the Daily Mail declaring: â€śThe Zimbabwe Republic Law enforcement is keen to job interview Silas Jakakimba, a Kenyan nationwide, in relationship with the disturbances which occurred in Harare on August 1.â€ť
Jakakimba dismissed the promises indicating his involvement â€śis not even remotely possibleâ€ť.
He included that it was Raila who requested him to express his goodwill message to MDC alliance in its very last public rally days to the July 30 election.
Jakakimba stated he was been given at the airport by Tsvangiraiâ€™s spouse and his former PA, Joseph Mungwari, information he says can be confirmed by the countryâ€™s immigration officers.