NASA leaders in a past event. Wiper deputy leader Shakila Abdalla has dispelled reports of discord in the Alliance. (Photo/nation.co.ke)Wiper Party deputy leader Shakila Abdalla has dispelled claims that there is discord in the National Super Alliance (NASA).
The former Lamu Women Representative says that NASA is united ahead of Raila Odinga and Kalonzo Musyoka swearing in set for January 30.
Addressing journalists in Lamu Town on Thursday, Shakila said that NASA leaders Raila Odinga, Kalonzo Musyoka, Moses Wetangula and Musalia Mudavadi are focused ahead of the big event.
She said that issues that have been raised by some affiliate parties in regards to the ‘house leadership positions’ are normal and being addressed.
“Let’s not try to create a problem where there is none because from what Know NSASA is more united than ever as we wait for the swearing in,” she said.
The former MP Jubilee sympathizers of fueling speculations of rifts in NASA.
“Let me tell them that they will not succeed in causing disunity in NASA because or agenda is common and well known,” he said.
Shakila maintained that NASA is the only hope for the country’s future. She said that their resolve to fight for electoral justice and fairness will not be stopped by anyone or anything.
There have been claims of discord in NASA over House leadership positions with Kalonzo’s Wiper party crying out loud.
Wiper Party alongside Amani National Congress (ANC) have complained for being sidelined in allocation of ‘house leadership’ positions.
The parties say that Raila’s ODM party has dominated in terms of leadership positions that should have been shared among all affiliate members.
NASA top leaders will meet on Monday next week to discuss on the ‘house leadership’ controversy that analyst say is likely to sink the Raila Odinga led opposition.
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