Mudavadi's party clears the air about leaving NASA for Jubilee

Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala issued statement in Kakamega.

This is after Lugari MP Hon. Savula took to castigating National Super Alliance leader Raila Odinga's plans for being sworn in as people's president.

Savula also made assertions that ANC would be abandoning NASA to join the Jubilee Party.

"This is a personal statement and not a statement of the party." The ANC leader verified.

Malala accused a "retrogressive cartel of individuals" close to ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi for the upheaval that has been caused within the party.

He attributed the losses of the Yala parliamentary seat and the dismal performance in parliamentary leadership on internal disorganisation and strategic indiscipline.

"It shouldn't be blamed on constituent NASA parties as has been portrayed by ANC leaders," Malala explained.

"The ANC cartel are in an unprecedented hurry to get Musalia and ANC divorcing NASA in favour of Jubilee."

He reaffirmed that the ANC fraternity is still firmly within NASA and the party would be doing an in house sweep of the negative elements that are trying to tear ANC to pieces.

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