Nairobi, KENYA: Kenya National African Union will take two weeks to decide whether to back Jubilee party or National Super Alliance coalition.
Addressing journalists at party headquarters in Nairobi on Thursday, Sec general Nick Salat and chair Gideon Moi said that the national executive council held a meeting and decided that the chairman of the party Gideon Moi, will be tasked to consult the other parties and coalitions and issue a report on the way forward.
“All options are open on the table.We have got NASA ofcourse we have got Jubilee ,and we have got KANU to stand alone. What is concrete is we are not dissolving and we are standing as KANU “Moi said.
Some of the key issues to be tackled during the consultation include whether KANU will back the Jubilee party or NASA or it will fill its presidential candidate.
Moi sentiments were echoed by Salat who said that KANU as a party will not be dissolved to join other parties or coalitions and it is gearing up to execute its party membership and nominations of all elected posts.
The party slammed the government for not doing enough to resolve the stalemate of Doctors and lecturers strike.
It urged the government to declare hunger in the country a national disaster.
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KANU wants the government to move with speed and salvage hunger crisis in the country.
Moi added that KANU’s members will embark on mass registration campaign trail soon to urge kenyans to register as voters.