Kalonzo Musyoka Publicly Disagrees with NASA Leadership
There have been reports of disagreement in NASA over Raila's swearing in
This comes as the Wiper party leader gave the Jubilee government a one week ultimatum to reach out to opposition leader Raila Odinga adding that if they failed to reach out, the opposition would go ahead with the swearing in of the two as President and Deputy president.
The NASA secretariat has however talked down Musyoka’s sentiments saying that if there is any dialogue with President Uhuru Kenyatta, it will have to be after the swearing in of Raila Odinga and Kalonzo Musyoka slated for January 30.
According to the NASA Secretariat Chief Executive Norman Magaya, if there is to be any dialogue, it will have to be between the two presidents.
“If there is any dialogue to be done, then it will be after January 30 and it will be between two presidents, the Jubilee president and the President of the Republic of Kenya,” said Magaya.
Magaya also added that NASA is ready to pay the ultimate price as he downplayed Jubilee’s treason threats towards the opposition and that they already have an elaborate plat to roll out government structures after the swearing in ceremony.
This comes as religious groups and diplomats pile pressure on the opposition and the government to have talks to end the current political stalemate.
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