Musalia Mudavadi on Sunday led some politicians in launching the National Coalition at Bomet, a super alliance that the opposition intends to use to oust Jubilee out of power in 2017.
Speaking in Bomet County during the home welcoming ceremony of Governor Isaac Ruto, the Amani leader said that the National Super Alliance was the only best weapon in defeating JP.
Rutto arrived from South Africa on Friday evening. He had gone for treatment after he was allegedly hit by a tear gas canister during a chaotic football match at Silibwet.
Speaking during the ceremony, the Wiper leader, Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka urged the residents to be united adding that division in tribal basis is killing democracy.
Leaders who had a chance to speak yesterday in Bomet Stadium during a prayer rally for Governor Isaac condemned the Jubilee government for country’s state in corruption. The leaders took a swipe at the Jubilee administration over runaway corruption and failed promises.
They blamed the government for corruption and failed promises.Rutto said Jubilee should not tyrannise other communities, as all Kenyans, regardless of their ethnic backgrounds, have a right to lead the country. “We’ll decide on whom to support by early next year. It’s too early to talk about it now. Let’s concentrate on our mandates,” he said.
“We’ll decide on whom to support by early next year. It’s too early to talk about it now. Let’s concentrate on our mandates,” Isaac Ruto said.
The Amani leader who was in coast region on November 4th to drum up support for his 2017 bid for the presidency as well as to popularise the super coalition – NASA had termed Jubilee government as ‘worst expirament’.
“Jubilee experiment has been the worst disaster. But it is good we still have a chance to change the situation the country is in at the moment,” he said.
“We need to elect a government that will strive hard not to disappoint and gamble with the future of this great nation,” said Mudavadi.