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David Ndii explains exclusive photos of Raila, Kalonzo, Wetangula and Mudavadi in late night meeting

Ndii private dossier

Photo of NASA leaders during a late night meeting in March 2017 shared by Economist David Ndii

David Ndii on Tuesday released photos of National Super Alliance (Nasa) leaders holed up in what he explained to have been a private meeting two years ago.

Ndii outlined that the photos were taken eight days after party leaders Raila Odinga (ODM), Kalonzo Musyoka (Wiper), Moses Wetangula (Ford-Kenya) and Musalia Mudavadi (ANC) agreed to form the Opposition alliance.

The Economist went on to explain that he took the photos himself and they were the only documentation that the meeting happened.


"26/4/2017 After 8 days of late night negotiations, frayed nerves NASA power sharing agreement signed.

"Yours truly took these, the only photos of the historic event," Ndii tweeted.

Where did NASA agreement go?

Ndii's post attracted harsh comments form a number of his followers who interrogated the fruits of the Nasa agreement.

Some commentators accused former Prime Minister Odinga and the Bungoma Senator of having betrayed the agreement.


Ndii further responded to critics with: "[I] Posted these pics of historic value for posterity, now people venting on me.

"I volunteered to revamp, unite opposition to remove Jubilee by ballot. We achieved that. SCOK did their part, crushed.

"I'm not the State or political leaders, please channel your anger to the right places," he posted.


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