Khalwale warns NASA principals against joining Jubilee

This comes after Raila promised to work with President Uhuru

Khalwale said that while they support dialogue, they must restrain from joining the ruling government and instead form a strong national opposition.

“While supporting dialogue, @Wetangulam /@skmusyoka/@MusaliaMudavadi must resist joining government, & form a strong national opposition for (1) effective oversight (2) adequate legislation 4 creation of new offices, technical/financial support under the new Uhuru-Raila project,” he said in a tweet.

Khalwale who is NASA affiliate party Ford Kenya deputy party leader has been on the forefront criticizing opposition Chief Raila Odinga for abandoning the course after he made peace with President Uhuru Kenyatta and pledged to work with him.

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