Crisis in NASA after new discovery

A new discovery in NASA has raised fears that the Opposition is facing...

NASA co-principals

Unlike in 2013 where the Opposition had branded t-shirts, reflector jackets, flyers and billboards, their campaigns this time have been conducted differently.

NASA candidates are the only ones who have branded T-shirts with their presidential aspirant Odinga while campaigning in different parts of the country.

However, when contacted, Raila’s advisor Salim Lone, divulged that it was a new strategy to protect the Opposition votes during the August 8 Election.

“We know our numbers and we know the breakthrough we have made in the so-called Jubilee strongholds. We are putting foremost resources to protect the vote as we have learnt lessons from the last two elections on how the votes are stolen. We have invested in agents and trained them to guard our votes,” Lone was quoted by the Standard.

Despite the lack of branded campaign vehicles and caravans, NASA secretariat head Norman Magaya said that they did not want to buy voters with branded items.

“The lack of campaign material is strategic for us since we don’t want to appear like we lure supporters with free caps or T-shirts to attend our rallies,” Magaya said.

Speculations have been rife that the Opposition is facing a cash crunch thus limiting their campaigns even the hardware required.


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