Wiper party has revealed its plans of exiting the National Super Alliance (NASA) coalition and join the One Kenya Alliance ahead of 2022 Presidential elections.
On Monday, July 26, 2021, the Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka said that the decision was arrived at unanimously by Wiper’s National Executive Committee (NEC) after closed door meeting.
In his statement, Kalonzo revealed that Wiper party will now officially join the One Kenya Alliance (OKA) ahead of the 2022 polls and urged the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party to follow the suit.
“We have unanimously agreed to exit NASA and form a bigger coalition, OKA…We are killing NASA but not killing other parties like ODM…we want to work with ODM, Jubilee and other parties…We welcome other parties because we in OKA will form the next government,” Kalonzo said.
“One Kenya Alliance affiliate parties are open to other like-minded parties…if ODM joins OKA, they will negotiate on OKA presidential flag bearer but they have to convince OKA that they have better ideas,” he added.
The former Vice President also announced that the the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party has reached an agreement with other NASA coalition parties on how to share the political parties funding.
He further hinted out that other NASA party affiliates including; the Amani National Congress (ANC)as well as Ford Kenya will also exit from the coalition and join the One Kenya Alliance.