Amani National Congress (ANC) party has now officially given the go ahead to pull out of the NASA coalition claiming that Raila Odinga’s ODM are not honest thus cannot be trusted.
Speaking in Karen, Nairobi on Thursday Kakamega senator Cleophas Malala led the Musalia Mudavadi outfit to publicly declare their dissatisfaction with the coalition.
“That is what we agreed as ANC with our party leader Musalia Mudavadi. We now urge our partners Wiper and Ford Kenya to follow suit because NASA is dead,” said Malala who added that the ODM party has shown a lot of dishonesty hence making it difficult to work with.
Nairobi senator Johnson Sakaja who of late seems not hot or cold on making a staunch decision on whether he is in Jubilee or ANC, was quick to defend the now newly formed One Kenya Alliance.
Sakaja was adamant that by pulling out of NASA, their ideas are now fully focussed on uniting all Kenyans. The alliance wants to bring all leaders on board and come out with a strategy to build a strong economy for Kenya.
Makueni County Senator Mutula Kilonzo junior also echoed the same sentiments to pull out of NASA, though Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka is yet to utter a word.
Some Wiper and ANC party members now seem to have forged their own path, claiming that they will make new friends along the way.
With the political heat now looking riper and hot every day, politicians are shifting camp as they try to lure voters for the sole purpose of winning the 2022 presidential race, if at all Kenya will go to the ballot come that year in August.
Now political pundits have come out guns blazing, with some claiming that these are just the same monkeys who are trying to seek refuge on different trees in a new forest, but their behaviours are still the same.
By Shadrack Andenga Odinga