Kakamega county senator and a staunch supporter of Amani National Congress party leader honourable Musalia Mudavadi, Senator Cleophas Malala has said that ANC Party is not buying the revival of NASA coalition.
Image courtesy: Senator Cleophas Malala.
In a video shared by Senator Malala on his official twitter account on Monday, the vocal politician gave a stand that if ANC Party is to buy the idea of reviving NASA coalition if Raila Odinga will support Musalia Mudavadi's Presidential candidature in the forthcoming general elections.
According to Malala, honourable Musalia Mudavadi have supported ODM Party leader Raila Odinga severally and it is now time for Raila to repay him. He says that ANC Party will not welcome any suggestions contrary to Mudavadi's candidature.
Malala reiterated that Musalia Mudavadi is a better team player than any other Presidential candidate in the country.
"Hon Musalia Mudavadi is a better team player than any other Presidential hopeful in the country," Senator Malala.
On Friday last week, ODM Party leader Raila Odinga had hinted on working together with Wiper party leader Hon Kalonzo Musyoka in reviving NASA coalition in finding their way into statehouse in the coming general elections.
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