Mudavadi's ally tells Raila to stop the swearing in side shows and focus on strengthening NASA for 2022
6 months ago, 2 Jan 12:18
Titus Khamala, a legislator in Mudavadi's ANC asked Raila Odinga to forget about being sworn in. Khamala told Raila to instead focus on strengthening NASA ahead of the 2022 election. NASA intends to controversially swear in Raila as president, weeks after President Uhuru was sworn in for a second and final term National Super Alliance front runner, Raila Odinga, was asked to forget about being sworn in as president of Kenya. The remarks came from Amani National Congress' Lurambi Member of Parliament Titus Khamala. Send 'NEWS' to 40227 to receive all the important breaking news as it happens According to a report by the Standard on Tuesday, January 2, Khamala asked Raila to stop the political sideshows and focus on strengthening the opposition brigade. "We must focus on strengthening NASA ahead of the 2022 General Election. Parties, including the Jubilee Party, have challenges but we must overcome that and aim at clinching power," said Khamala. Khamala's sentiments came on the heels of his bemoaning that Raila's ODM party was sidelining other parties in NASA. They include Ford Kenya, Amani and Wiper parties. However, NASA still intends to controversially swear in Raila, weeks after the judiciary swore in President Uhuru Kenyatta for a second and final term. According to prior TUKO.co.ke reports, Wiper Party leader Kalonzo Musyoka, who was Raila's running mate in the 2017 elections, said that they will proceed with their swearing in plans because Following this, Raila against Uhuru's illegitimate regime within the first week of January. "Within the first week of the New Year, we will unveil a program for civil disobedience, peaceful protests, non-cooperation with and resistance to an illegitimate regime in addition to People’s Assemblies. NASA’s position remains that until electoral justice is achieved, we will not recognize the Jubilee regime and the so-called election of Uhuru Kenyatta as President. Happy New Year to all Kenyans," read part of NASA's statement.
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