The member of Parliament for Bahati constituency Kimani Ngunjiri today said that there was no way their party was going to form a coalition with the ODM party because they were strong alone and further more they could not agree on a number of issues.
The vocal leader proceeded to say that as a party they always consulted one another unlike other one man show party. He added that any political move the deputy president was making they always knew and teaming up with Raila's Party was not part of their agenda.
He went on to note that even though ODM party was well known in the country, they had their own reservations on closely working with the party. Ngunjiri said that they had been in Jubilee which was a coalition of so many parties but today things have since changed.
He finally urged Kenyans to stop unnecessary speculations because if UDA had any big announcement, the party had clear structures that would deliver the information to it's ever growing support base.
Attached is a video link of the Mp speaking:
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