Kalonzo Musyoka refutes NASA split [VIDEO]

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Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka addresses a crowd in Kitengela during NASA rally on March 19, 2017. PHOTO: TUKO

Wiper Democratic Movement chief Kalonzo Musyoka, has come out to strongly dismiss claims that there is a rift within the National Super Alliance (NASA), following reports that Raila Odinga was jetting back to the country for a crisis meeting.

While speaking during a rally in Kitengela area, Kalonzo lashed a local newspaper for publishing what he called a fake report, one whose aim was to disintegrating the Opposition alliance.

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NASA leaders during Bomet Rally on February 4, 2017. PHOTO: TWITTER

The former Vice President said in his address that Nasa was fully intact in their unity and were ready for Jubilee Party in the forthcoming General Election scheduled for August 8.

He said: “There is no crisis in NASA! These rumors are just a ploy to disintegrate NASA but we already know it.”

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Kalonzo also touched on the issue of flagbearer in the coalition, saying there was no push and pull for power by the four main principals, noting they would fully support whoever would be picked as the presidential candidate.

“Whether it will be Raila, Mudavadi Kalonzo or Wetangula, we will all say Halleluja!” he declared.

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The Kitengela rally was one of two being held concurrently by Nasa’s co-principals on Sunday, March 19. The other was led by ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi in Kondele market in Kisumu county.

This is happening even as Nasa plans for a mega-rally in Uhuru park later on this week.

Below is a video of Kalonzo speaking in Kitengela: