NASA Principals (from left) Isaac Ruto, Moses Wetangula, Kalonzo Musyoka, Raila Odinga and Musalia Mudavadi during the Rally at Donholm on 28/5/17 [Photo by BEVERLYNE MUSILI]
National Super Alliance (NASA) leaders have expressed confidence of winning the August 2017 general election in order to change the lives of Kenyans and reduce the cost of living.
The leaders urged voters including the sick in hospitals to come out in large numbers and vote for change during the August general election to ensure NASA takes over power.
Speaking during a political rally in Kakamega at Bukhungu Stadium on Saturday, the NASA leaders led by Raila Odinga, Kalonzo Masyoka, Musalia Mudavadi, Moses Wetangula, Charity Ngilu, Governor Hassan Joho among other opposition leaders accused Jubilee government of leading the country in the wrong direction.
NASA presidential candidate Raila Odinga said jubilee has failed Kenyans with unfulfilled pledges, overseeing land grabbing, corruption and high cost of living.
Raila said they have come up with a blue print of what they will do to improve lives of Kenyans in all sectors such as education, health, agriculture, security after winning the August elections.
Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka used the chance to criticise jubilee’s failure to recognise NASA presidential candidate Raila Odinga during Madaraka Day celebrations in Nyeri, while urging voters to respond by voting for Raila to ensure he becomes the next president.
Kalonzo said Raila is not a selfish leader as he is only going for five years after which he will give chance to other leaders in the NASA coalition.
The opposition leaders insisted that it’s very possible for NASA to get 10 million votes.
Charity Ngilu said is proud to be part of the NASA team that is headed to form the next government after August elections
Orengo emphasized the need to take Jubilee home due to high cost of living, scarcity of maize flour and rampant corruption.
Mudavadi said NASA is the only alternative government that is going to save Kenyans from all the problems.