NASA coalition appoints Orengo as its chief agent

Siaya senator James Orengo who has protested Narok Senators election to the Public Accounts committee PHOTO COURTESY

Mombasa,KENYA:The NASA coalition has appointed Siaya senator James Orengo as its chief agent in the upcoming polls.

In a statement to newsrooms, head of operations and  delivery at the Raila Odinga secretariat Mr  Joe Agaya said Orengo will be deputized by NASA CEO Norman Magaya.

Mr Agaya further expressed confidence of a landslide win in the August polls urging the Jubilee coalition that it would be futile for them to try rig the process.

“The coalition is ready for the August 8 General Election which Nasa expects to win by a large enough margin,” Agaya said.

To facilitate the win in  August, The coalition has further urged its supporters to turn out in large numbers to vote out the Jubilee administration.

I urge all Nasa polling agents, constituency polling agents and supporters in general to be prepared to turn out with one accord on 8 August; vote in force, meticulously protect the vote and deliver a resounding victory in order to deliver Kenya from the stifling misrule of Jubilee,” Mr Agaya said.

The announcement comes just as the coalition is engaged in a tug of war with the IEBC on the maximum number of agents allowed per polling station.