KNA Members of Parliament (MP’s), George Aladwa (Makadara), Dr. James Nyikal (Seme) , Stephen Nduati (Gatanga and Elisha Odhiambo( Gem) are among clout of leaders in the country who have rallied behind a united call to revive and strengthen the NASA Coalition ahead of the 2022 General Elections.
Nduati said that time is ripe for leaders, Steven Kalonzo and Musalia Mudavadi to decide and lay ground on how Kenya will be in 2022.
The leaders unanimously pointed to the need for them to sit together and end incessant wrangles and settle on one of them to steer this country forward.
“I implore on Kalonzo, Mudavadi, that if you escort your brother on a marriage mission but find out that the girl has been sent abroad to study, but she finally comes back, then you must escort him back to ensure that he marries the girl,” said Nyikal.
Raila has, however, on his part rallied for a departure from politics of hatred and ethnic profiling, instead calling for a united country.
“I think what is important for us is to come together as the people of Kenya and to cast aside our ethnic origins to build Kenya first because this is what is most important,” he said.