NASA leaders optimistic ahead of the August polls

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NASA co-principals Musalia Mudavadi and Moses Wetangula in Kimilili
NASA co-principals Musalia Mudavadi and Moses Wetangula in Kimilili

The National Super Alliance leaders (NASA) have exuded confidence that they’ll trump the Jubilee government in the forthcoming general election to form the new government, which they said, will save Kenyans from the suffering they are going through.

Two co-principals of the coalition ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi and Bungoma Senator Moses Wetangula while addressing residents of Bungoma County at various stop overs, said after traversing and campaigning in various Counties, Kenyans are convinced that they are the leaders who will provide better alternative leadership in the country.

Senator Wetangula asserted that they have traversed the country and have received overwhelming support, saying they are sure Kenyans are now ready for a NASA government.

He said education will be prioritized, “From September, no parent will have to visit the offices of the MCA or the MP to look for bursary funds as the NASA government will have availed funds to cater for education from primary school throughout to secondary school,” he said.

He called upon residents of Bungoma County to vote for Raila Odinga saying having shelved his ambition to become the president of Kenya, he fully supports Raila Odinga, adding that he’ll be able to save the country from the current challenging issues.

Ford Kenya leader Moses Wetangula addressing residents, flanked by ANC leader Moses Wetangula, Bungoma Gubernatorial aspirant Wycliffe Wangamati and Kanduyi MP Wafula Wamunyinyi
Ford Kenya leader Moses Wetangula addressing residents, flanked by ANC leader Moses Wetangula, Bungoma Gubernatorial aspirant Wycliffe Wangamati and Kanduyi MP Wafula Wamunyinyi

His sentiments were echoed By Musalia Mudavadi who called upon residents from the entire western region to vote for Raila Odinga, and bring in more votes that will surpass even votes from Nyanza, a region known to be the ODM leader’s stronghold.

He also said having decided to be in one coalition with Senator Wetangula, it is a surety that people from the Luhya community will vote for one candidate for the presidential post and the candidate will definitely clinch the top seat in the country.

However, he said for other contested seats, each party in the coalition has fielded their individual candidates and called upon residents to vote for candidates from their respective parties in the NASA coalition.

The two who traversed the constituencies of Webuye West, Webuye East, Kimilili and Mt Elgon were accompanied by candidates vying in Ford Kenya as well as ANC party on different posts who vowed to fully support the coalition to take over the leadership of the country.