Kalonzo, Mudavadi and Wetangula oppose Raila’s swearing in ceremony

The 3 have now abandoned Raila

During a meeting on Monday, NASA co-principals Kalonzo Musyoka, Musalia Mudavadi, and Moses Wetangula are reported to have expressed their opposition to any planned swearing in ceremony.

United opposition

Citizen TV quoted its sources, who were privy to the meeting held at Karen County Club, indicating that Odinga was faced a united position from three of his principals.

It was also reported that Musyoka had met Wetangula and Mudavadi at his home where he allegedly pushed for a common stand ahead of the second meeting with the NASA leader.

Odinga is reported to have insisted that the swearing in was the only way to sustain the anti-Jubilee rhetoric among Opposition supporters, adding that the NASA support base would be angered if the plan was suspended for the second time.

Hours of negotiations

After hours of negotiation, the NASA leaders left Karen Country Club without a common position with a subsequent meeting scheduled for Tuesday.

The coalition partners also failed to resolve the split in NASA caused by the sharing of parliamentary positions among the four constituent parties.

JOIN OUR PULSE COMMUNITY!

Unblock notifications in browser settings.

Eyewitness? Submit your stories now via social or:

Email: news@pulselive.co.ke

Recommended articles

Fire incident reported at Maranda High School

Fire incident reported at Maranda High School

River Enziu disaster: Uhuru condoles with victims' families, warns motorists against crossing swollen rivers

River Enziu disaster: Uhuru condoles with victims' families, warns motorists against crossing swollen rivers

Sonko announces Sh250,000 reward for stolen furniture

Sonko announces Sh250,000 reward for stolen furniture

Update: Death toll rises to 24 in Kitui river bus tragedy

Update: Death toll rises to 24 in Kitui river bus tragedy

Germany's Chancellor Merkel bows out in style [PHOTOS]

Germany's Chancellor Merkel bows out in style [PHOTOS]

Expect internet services from Kenya Power

Expect internet services from Kenya Power

Purchasing new embassies will cost Sh5 billion per year - Foreign Affairs

Purchasing new embassies will cost Sh5 billion per year - Foreign Affairs

Westlands MP's plan to transform Nairobi into Smart City

Westlands MP's plan to transform Nairobi into Smart City

Omanyala joins GSU Recce Squad for special role

Omanyala joins GSU Recce Squad for special role