Mr Wetang’ula said: “We want to thank Mr Kenyatta for conceding defeat in favour of Mr Odinga but warn him that the Constitution is very clear on the grounds on which a president can be impeached.”
Mr Mudavadi warned that Mr Kenyatta’s remarks could result in a reversal of the freedoms stipulated by the Constitution.
“The statements by Mr Kenyatta were reckless and a mark of an authoritarian regime,” Mr Mudavadi said.
President Kenyatta on Sunday said Jubilee lawmakers would impeach Mr Odinga should he win the October poll since it commands a solid majority in both Houses.
On the fundraising, Mr Odinga defended the move by the National Super Alliance to raise campaign funds from supporters through M-Pesa, saying this was legal.