In or Out of NASA: Wiper set to make the big decision Wednesday
Nyenze argued that Wiper party will not relent in the pursuit for the implementation of the Memorandum of Understanding entered between Raila Odinga and Kalonzo Musyoka in 2013.
As it stands the choosing of the NASA flag bearer remains a hot pan no one is willing to move, just four months to the general elections.
Nyenze, who was backed last week by Kalonzo, has maintained that Wiper Party will not play second to any other party.
“We shall nor play any fiddle to anybody. Let ODM deliver on the promises it made to us in 2013,” Nyenze maintained.
When he spoke to the press earlier, Nyenze argued that Wiper party will not relent in the pursuit for the implementation of the Memorandum of Understanding entered between Raila Odinga and Kalonzo Musyoka.
“No MoU…no deal. It has to be Kalonzo. We cannot be cheated twice. As the party chief negotiator, I can tell you, the ultimatum expires today (yesternight), wait for the results tomorrow (today),” Nyenze said adding that today’s announcement “will break the camel’s back.”
Earlier while addressing the press, wiper party leaders led by Mombasa Senator Hassan Omar rubbished Nyenze’s sentiments terming them personal and that they did not infer to what Kalonzo thinks, a sentiment that contradicted Kalonzo’s stand.
Kalonzo moved with speed to cushion Nyenze against aggression from the party’s top brass that were demanding him to retract and apologise on behalf of the party.
“There is nothing wrong with Nyenze speaking out his mind. And so many people support what he said. Even look at ODM leader; they have been talking about Raila being the flag bearer, there is nothing wrong with what our friend Nyenze said,” Kalonzo maintained.
While the Wiper party maintains that it is still in NASA to stay, Nyenze’s sentiments send a shocker message that is set to dismantle NASA.
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