NASA Co-principals Moses Wetangula(left) Musalia Mudavadi(center) and Raila Odinga leaves a Nairobi hotel to join their supporters at Uhuru Park, Nairobi. Photo WILLIS AWANDU
NASA Principal Musalia Mudavadi has asked those complaining about their line-up to sacrifice personal ambitions for the sake of the country.
Mudavadi who is the founder of coalition said those making noise are playing to the Jubilee den. “I ask our supporters and every Kenyan to give NASA a little of themselves for the sake of all of us. We must give meaning to Kenya Kwanza (Kenya first),” he told Sunday Standard.
His comments come in the wake of a campaign by Jubilee mocking the choice of flag bearer by the coalition and tension in Wiper.
Officials from the Wiper held a meeting in Nairobi on Friday night in a bid to stem rising rebellion within its ranks. Nevertheless, Mudavadi is confident of a round one win come August.