Over time, there have been some serious wars in the NASA coalition. This war involves the former NASA principals namely Raila Odinga, Kalonzo Musyoka, Moses wetangula, Musalia Mudavadi and Isaac Ruto where these leaders are battling over the NASA revival plans. Most of these leaders are blaming the ODM boss for the fall of the NASA coalition.
Now, today, the ODM boss is reported to have issued a statement on the NASA revival plans. As reported by the standard newspaper, Raila said that NASA principals must unite or otherwise, they will politically perish come 2022. After his statement, Moses wetangula issued the same statement where he seemed to be advocating for the revival of this coalition.
“To hide behind Dr Martin Luther King Jr (US renowned human rights crusader), we must learn to live together as brothers or perish together as fools. If we do not retrace our steps then our participation in next year’s polls will be in vain,” Said hon Moses Wetang’ula
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