NASA MP’s clash over Raila’s swearing-in Ceremony
The New divisions in NASA are coming 6 days to Raila's swearing-in
This comes after Amani National Congress Secretary General Barack Muluka termed the signing of the affidavits as blackmail.
Through an opinion piece on a local newspaper, Muluka questioned the procedure and legality of signing the affidavits by NASA members yet none of the four affiliate parties were consulted.
NASA leaders led by their executive Norman Magaya and the coalition’s western coordinator Khalid Njiraini accused Muluka of being a Jubilee “sympathiser and sycophant.”
Magaya added that Muluka’s position on the signing of the affidavits won’t derail them from having Raila take oath on Tuesday next week.
“It is time he makes up his mind whether he is in NASA or Jubilee. We as NASA demand total loyalty. We believe he is one of the proponents angling dialogue so that they can be given slots in this illegitimate government,” Njiraini said.
Njiraini also dismissed Muluka’s claims that there is divided opinion in NASA on Raila and Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka’s swearing-in.
“Signing of this document acknowledges that one understands the Constitution, fully supports the People’s Assemblies and recognizes Raila and Kalonzo as the President and Deputy President of the People’s Republic,” Njiraini said.
By Tuesday afternoon, 120 MPs affiliated to the NASA Coalition had already signed the affidavits.
According to Magaya , the opinion of ANC’s secretary General is mere sideshows and gossip as they are fully focused on having their leaders sworn in.
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