NASA co-principals are planning to meet President Uhuru Kenyatta after he jets back into the country from Cuba, Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka has said to his supporters.
Kalonzo said he and the other two principals, ANC’s Musalia Mudavadi and Moses Wetangula (Ford Kenya) had planned to meet Uhuru on Thursday but unfortunately he travelled abroad for state function.
“We are in support of any meeting or negotiations aimed at developing the country and bringing together all tribes. This is why we maintain we must have an opportunity to meet with my brother Uhuru when he comes back,” Kalonzo said.
The Wiper Party leader said that the electioneering process is over and now the focus should be how to deliver to Kenyans.
“When we met our brother Raila Odinga on Monday and he explained to us what he discussed with the President, we think it is important we meet him (Uhuru). If he agrees we will meet him, If he doesn’t we cant force him,” Kalonzo added.
Dismissing claims that there are loopholes in the opposition coalition, Kalonzo reiterated his duty to unity. Kalonzo was flanked by Makueni Women Representative Hon. Rose Museo.
However,Senator Wetangula refused to comment on the matter when he was asked by journalists on Thursday.
Kalonzo Musyoka spoke after a meeting with Ukambani Leaders at the African Brotherhood Church, ABC Headquartered in Machakos on Wednesday 14th, March 2018 as he quoted that no loving leader would oppose constructive dialogue aimed at providing solutions to problems affecting the country.
The Wiper Leader was also against the displacement of Akamba Residents living at Njukini Constituency in Taita – Taveta County and asked the government to work on the problem and bring solution to the residents.
Kalonzo wondered why the government never issued a court order to stopping displacement because many families continued to suffer in the rains after their houses were demolished. He said a team which shall include Njukini Constituency MP will be sent to find facts concerning the displacement process in that area.
The ABC Archbishop Timothy Ndambuki and the Makueni County Women Representative Hon. Museo who also spoke to the press also asked for quick solution to the ongoing inhuman act carried out at Taita-Taveta County.
The Archbishop also asked the court to drop the case of the ‘Ikamba Song’ singer saying that the Akamba Community will forgive him in the spirit of national reconciliation.
Ndambuki added that the singer must have been influenced by leaders who always spoke words of hatred against other communities during the electioneering process.