NASA crisis Coast leaders threaten to ditch NASA as Raila visits the region

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Fresh troubles for NASA as MPs threaten to walk out

File photo of Raila Odinga with Hassan Joho play File photo of Raila Odinga with Hassan Joho (KBC)

A section of Members of Parliament from the Coast have threatened to ditch the opposition and apologized for rallying the region behind the opposition.

In what could be a major setback to the National Super Alliance (NASA), the legislators regreted their decision to support NASA, noting that they have been shortchanged.

Led by Msambweni Member of Parliament Suleiman Dori, the lawmakers lamented that despite their numerical strength and overwhelming support for Raila Odinga, they have nothing to show for it.

play Suleiman Dori (The Star)


“Next time we are going to lead you where there will be benefits for all of us and that’s why, as the Chair of Coast Parliamentary Group, I am apologizing for leading you into darkness,” he said.

play NASA leader Raila Odinga (The Standard)


 “We are 27 Coast MPs elected in the NASA coalition, we are leading in numbers followed by Nyanza but it is shocking that when reaping some people go alone in the night.”

Dori was speaking in Gazi Village during an award ceremony of Msambweni KCPE top performers.

He was flanked by four other legislators Peter Katana (Kaloleni), Ali Mbogo (Kisauni), Benjamin Tayari (Kinango) and Kassim Tandaza (Matuga).

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