We are in Nasa to stay, says Musalia Mudavadi - 7 months ago, 18 July 21:59

By: Benson Amadala P ...

Amani National Congress leader Musalia Mudavadi on Wednesday came to the defence of his brainchild, the troubled National Super Alliance (Nasa), pleading with his co-principals not to desert it following publicised disagreements over its future.

Mr Mudavadi, who introduced Nasa into the political fold, before it was accepted by opposition leader Raila Odinga, and later by Wiper’s Kalonzo Musyoka and Moses Wetang’ula of Ford-Kenya, said the coalition was not “dead” as claimed by Mr Wetang’ula.

Issuing a reconciliatory call, Mr Mudavadi warned that if Nasa were to collapse, Kenyans' faith in democracy and the Opposition would be undermined.

“If we continue quarrelling as the opposition, we will end up breaking the hearts of our supporters and weaken the opposition and undermine our democratic gains,” said Mr Mudavadi at Malinya Stadium in Ikolomani on Wednesday.


“Nasa is my brainchild and I am determined to do everything possible to ensure it remains intact and ...
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