Orange Democratic Movement leader Raila Odinga is set to revive NASA coalition ahead of 2022 as he plans to meet with the co- principals of the coalition.
The move is being headed by Uhuru Kenyatta in a bid to isolate his deputy, William Ruto. This is in line with high level political meetings who are aiming at uniting Raila Odinga with One Kenya Alliance.
On Wednesday, Wiper party leader and one of the co-principals of NASA coalition, Kalonzo Musyoka met with ODM party deputy chairman Wycliffe Oparanya in a bid to revive the coalition. Oparanya confirmed that the party leader is seeking to find a solution to the long standing feud between the NASA partners over party funds.
He also said that his meeting with Kalonzo will lead to another engagement next week before another technical team comes in with a sharing formula.
"The main discussion was around sharing of political parties’ funds. We had a discussion for about two hours and we have agreed to meet again next week,” He added.
"Our partners have been complaining, so Raila told me to have that meeting so that if there are chances of coming together, there is no further suspicion,” said Oparanya.
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