Following the earlier declaration by the Orange Democratic Movement party,(ODM) led by its leader, Raila Odinga to have officially decamped from the NASA coalition.
The coalition that brought together various parties. Including FORD Kenya, Ked by Senator, Moses Wetangula, Amani National Congress,(ANC) led by Musalia Mudavadi, and Wiper party less by Hon. Kalonzo Musyoka.
Mixed reactions have continued to come in. And joining the bandwagon is Gatundu south Mp Moses Kuria.
Who has congratulated, Raila for officially ditching NASA?
"The best decision my friend Bba has ever made is to get out of NASA,' He penned down.
Further, he has roasted former NASA co-principals. That is Hon. Moses Wetangula, Musalia Mudavadi, and Wiper party leader, Kalonzo Musyoka.For always depending on Raila politically. Thereafter they go behind his back When things go south.
However, Moses Kuria wondered and urged Raila to have taken the bold step earlier ago.
" What took you so long," He posed a query.
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