NASA principals speak after heated meeting with Raila

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The leaders declined to take questions from journalists but only released a brief statement where they stated that Odinga had briefed them on their meeting with President Kenyatta.

The statement read by ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi noted that the NASA principals were in support of structured talks with the Jubilee government.

The leaders agreed to brief their constituent parties on the details of the agreement struck between Kenyatta and Odinga.

The crisis meeting came after Odinga met with the head of state without briefing his colleagues in NASA.

The move had caused a public spat between the coalition leaders, with Mudavadi and Ford Kenya leader Moses Wetangula demanding answers on the situation.

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