NASA MPs attending night State House meetings

They are ashamed of being spotted with Uhuru

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Uhuru Kenyatta when he met Bukusu elders in State House on September 11, 2017. PHOTO: PSCU

National Super Alliance (NASA) leaders are sneaking into State House at night to meet President Uhuru Kenyatta, Sirisia Member of Parliament John Waluke has said.

According to the MP, the Opposition leaders are ashamed of being seen meeting the President due to their radical stand against Kenyatta.

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Sirisia MP John Waluke. PHOTO: SOFTKENYA

“Even those in Nasa go there but they do it at night so that they are not seen whilst we go during the day,” Waluke noted as quoted by a section of the media.

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Waluke is one of the few politicians who were elected on a Jubilee Party ticket in an Opposition stronghold. He will be remembered for ditching the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) which is a member of Nasa to join Uhuru’s team the same time Ababu Namwamba did.

He defeated ODM candidate Nandalwe Moses who had deserted Ford Kenya which is headed by Nasa co-principal Moses Wetangula.

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According to Waluke, Jubilee leaders in Western Kenya will tirelessly campaign for Uhuru in the October 17 repeat presidential election which was ordered by the Supreme Court.

“We are trying to consolidate votes in Western for Kenyatta and that is why you saw Cyrus Jirongo, Paul Otuoma and Moses Akaranga there,” Waluke said.

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On Monday, September 11, Speaker of the Senate Ken Lusaka, led Bukusu elders in meeting President Kenyatta and promised support for his reelection.

They observed that the community was a huge beneficiary of the Jubilee administration and were therefore obligated to return the favour.