NASA to announce their flagbearer on Thursday

NASA to announce their flagbearer on Thursday

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NASA party principals in a past event PHOTO FILE

Nairobi,KENYA:The National super Alliance Co-principals have agreed to announce their  flag bearer in an event that will be held on Thursday next week at Uhuru Park in Nairobi.

While making the announcement at the Bomas of Kenya,the Bungoma senator Moses Wetangula assured the nation that they would remain united even  after naming their flag bearer  who would face-off with president Uhuru Kenyatta in the  August general elections.

‘And I want to assure Kenyans, that we bound ourselves in the name of God and allah,that none of us will think twice about what we are doing,that none will walk out of this arrangement’said Wetangula.

He also faulted the Jubilee administration saying it encompasses bad leadership and tribalism.

The principals have  announced relaunching of the NASA pentagon and welcomed the Bomet governor who is also the Chama cha Mashinani party leader Isaac Ruto into the coalition.

Ruto has also accused the Jubilee government saying it carries poor leadership including tribalism and failing to solve the problem of unemployment and food shortage in the country.

“Lets free ourselves from problems such as poverty,lack of food,lack of employment opportunities,lack of roads and sufficient health services.”  said Ruto.

He also disputed that  the rift valley is a Jubilee stronghold.

The Wiper Party leader Kalonzo Musyoka praised governor Ruto’s move as substantial to the coalition.

Kalonzo also attacked the Jubilee government for failing to solve the problems of the country  mentioning worrying about the rising prices of basic commodities.

He also assured Kenyans of free and elections .

“We shall have a our tallying station in every polling station in the country and this is why Jubilee is uncomfortable.”  he said.

Earlier on the NASA technical committee chairman James Orengo said  the agreement signed by the four principals would  allow them welcome more parties.

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