NASA leaders re-assures of unity as Jubilee takes campaign in Naivasha


NASA leaders in a rally in Mathare Nairobi on 24TH MARCH 2017/UPESINEWS

BY NAMULONGO PETER,NAIROBI,24TH MARCH 2017-The national super alliance NASA  leaders have assured their followers that they will not allow to be divided a head of the August 8 general elections.Speaking Friday at the Masinde Muliro grounds in Mathare Nairobi,the coalition  leaders Raila Odinga,Moses Wetangula,Musalia Mudavadi and Kalonzo Musyoka expressed confidence that NASA will win most sits in the national assembly   and county assembly  wards in Nairobi and also retain the governorship of Nairobi.They said owing to the large number of voters who were registered  Nairobi will overwhemlingly vote for them.

They also blamed the Jubilee government for doing little to improve lives of Kenyans since taking power in the year 2013.Odinga said despite statements from Jubilee that they have constructed new road amounting to hundreds of kilometers Odinga says its is only 500KM of roads that have been done for the last four years.

The leaders also said corruption had damaged the economy under the Jubilee leadership which has seen the level of borrowing go up in recent days.

Tallying Center

The NASA Coalition has also announced that it will set up its own votes tallying centers across the country during the forthcoming elections to be able to tame stealing of votes.

Contrally to reports that the leaders may not stick together until  the coming elections  both leaders have promised that they will stick together more than any other time.ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi said that that was the only way they could win the presidency of the country.

On his part Amani National congress leader Musalia Mudavadi  blamed the move by IEBC to cancel the election management system tender to underfunding by government which wants to put the elections preparedness into jeopardy for its own benefits.

-Elsewhere  the jubilee party led by deputy president Williamu Ruto were in Naivassa were they have insisted that Jubilee has done its part in delivering its promises to Kenya.Ruto says The jubilee administration track record is before kenyans eyes after having delivered on most of their promises.

Deputy president William Ruto with wanachi at Kihoto,Naivasha -Nakuru county on 24TH MARCH 2017/UPESINEWS

Ruto says the opposition has had a tendency of blaming the government they are and have eyes but can not see.wacha mimi niwaeleze kwa sababu wale sisi tunashindana nao wamechanganyikiwa..sisi kama jubilee tumejenga kilomita na kilomita ya barabara..(we as Jubilee we have done kilometers after kilometers of roads).Ruto asked Naivasha resident to support the jubilee government in the coming elections adding that they are still committed to working even harder in the next five years to bring development.



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