Wiper leaders deny sabotaging NASA people assembly plans

Wiper leaders deny sabotaging NASA people assembly plans

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Wiper Organizing secretary Robert Mbui and former Machakos senator Johnson Muthama at a past function PHOTO COURTESY

Nairobi,KENYA:Wiper Democratic Movement has downplayed allegations that it has distanced itself from other NASA affiliate parties on the formation of people’s parliament.

In a statement Wiper organizing secretary Robert Mbui denounced such allegations saying that the assertion is a fabrication by their opponents to portray the image that the coalition is going through turbulence.

Mbui termed their opponents move as nefarious planto  misuse of Ukambani political leaders who were  defeated in the August 8th General Election, where they portray ODM and its leadership as a party that thrives on violence.

He reiterated that Wiper supports the National Resistance Movement push of people’s assembly to fight for democracy and credible elections as per NASA’s aspirations.

“We wish to assure our supporters, the NASA fraternity, and Kenyans in general, that WDM-K is fully part and parcel of the unstoppable National Resistance Movement (NRM), which aims at stopping an increasingly insensitive and despotic Jubilee Regime. We offer our total support to our leaders, the Right Hon. Raila Odinga, H.E. Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka, H.E. Musalia Mudavadi and Hon. Moses Wetangula. And, as NASA, we are inseparable.”Mbui said

Mbui reiterated that the party supports the formation of interim government which encompasses Jubilee and NASA adding that formation of people’s parliament motions are on top gear  in Wiper strong holds .

“As we speak now, the Notice of Motion to form the People’s Assembly is already at our Counties of Makueni, Kitui and Machakos. The Motion is scheduled to be debated on Tuesday.”He said

“We also want the country to know that, as WDMK, we strongly support the formation of an interim government comprising Jubilee and NASA. It is our considered opinion that this government should exist for six months or more, so as to allow for all the necessary reforms needed for free, fair, credible and transparent elections.”He added

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