NASA vows to bring change if elected

By KBC Reporters

Members of the National Super Alliance now says its clamor for a change of leadership in the country is not driven by selfish interest to assume power but the desire to institute real change.

The super alliance in its first public rally in Eldoret says it will institute sweeping changes once in power that will ensure corruption is minimized and all Kenyans feel part of the government.

Speaking in Uasin Gishu County days after constituent parties signed a pre-election pact, the principals said NASA remains the best bet yet for Kenya in its attempt to progress to the next level.

The national super alliance stalwarts Raila Odinga, Kalonzo Musyoka, Musalia Mudavadi and Moses Wetang’ula together with a host of Governors and Legislators pitched camp in Eldoret Saturday to drum up support for the alliance they say will bring sweeping changes that will root vices bedeviling the country.

In reference to the insecurity facing parts of the country, the leaders castigated the government for failing to decisively deal with the vice. The leaders took issue with the shoot to kill directive issued by the Deputy President William Ruto on Saturday in reference to suspected bandits in the North Rift.

The leaders said the event was the first among a series of rallies to be held across the country to sell the NASA agenda.

And with concerns among its supporters on whether unity among the opposition leaders will hold until the forthcoming general election, the leaders vowed to support whoever will be picked as the presidential flag bearer.

The NASA leaders said the rally is one in a series of many to be held across the country to ensure Kenyans vote for the alliance.