Amani National Congress party leader Musalia Mudavadi has denied that there is bad blood between him and National Super Alliance leader Raila Odinga.
“Some people think we have disagreed. No. I want to restate here that I have no ill feelings against my brother Raila. We are all working toward a common good to solve problems affecting Kenyans.
He was, however, quick to add that differences in NASA were all about inclusion in the debate to unite Kenyans and build bridges, which he insisted should extend to other NASA co-principals.
Necessary changes Mudavadi said the NASA fraternity had resolved to work as a family with the common bond to push for the necessary changes to the current Constitution to promote good governance.
Unlike in the past when he publicly opposed Raila’s pursuit for national reconciliation and unity championed with President Uhuru Kenyatta, the ANC leader said the unity was a good thing.
“We acknowledge the handshake has brought some level of sobriety in the country. The idea of a national conversation in the post-handshake dispensation is good,” Mudavadi said
“We remain concerned that what should be a national conversation is hinged only on the goodwill of two individuals,” the ANC leader told the press. He said NASA unity was intact despite differences caused by the handshake between its leader Raila and Uhuru.
Mudavadi said NASA was not about to fold despite the events of the past two months that saw some of its leaders criticize Raila for meeting the President without involving them.
He explained that after the 2017 elections, the country found itself at a crossroads on which way forward to resolve electoral and governance issues. “So as things stand, ANC remains dedicated to the NASA vision of making Kenya a super nation among the nations of the world,” he said.
Ford Kenya’s Moses Wetangula on the other hand has continued to blame the ODM Supremo for his woes including his ouster as Senate Minority leader.
During an interview on KTN over the weekend, he claimed had he not shelved his ambitions and backed Raila then he would have become the president.
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