According to Oloo, press reports that he would defect caused panic at State House, with Jubilee handlers launching last-minute efforts to convince him to stay.
The outspoken lawyer indicates that so much was the pressure that at some point on the fateful evening, State House had ordered a chopper to airlift him from Kisumu where he was set to announce his defection the next morning.
“I had to lie to them that I would book a flight to Nairobi and that there was no need of dispatching a chopper to pick me up,” Oloo explained.
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