NASA to hold party meeting in Machakos tomorrow
Opposition outfit National Super Alliance is planning to hold a party meeting on tomorrow, (Saturday) to chart a way forward on its push for reforms agenda.
NASA has been pondering its next course of action and how the decision they will arrive at will be received by their supporters.
Citizen Digital has learnt opposition chief Raila Odinga on Thursday spent the better part of the day at his Capitol Hill office meeting his advisers.
It has emerged that Odinga, through the NASA secretariat has called for a mini-council meeting that will take place in Machakos County on Saturday, with the invitation sent to all governors and their deputies, MPs, speakers of all NASA county assemblies as well as the majority leaders of the assemblies.
According to NASA Co-principal Musalia Mudavadi, NASA is keen on addressing issues surrounding national unity through inclusivity, police reforms, human rights and changes to electoral laws.
“The issue of inclusivity is key, that is why we want to re-look the Bomas draft which was the actual document that people were for it,” said Mudavadi.
NASA has remained firm that the 26th October repeat poll was a sham despite the Supreme Court having upheld Kenyatta’s re-election, insisting that they will not recognize him as the president.
Although details remain scanty on the agenda of the Machakos meeting, some of Odinga’s allies have hinted that they will be reviewing county assemblies that have ratified the people’s assembly motions and how county governors will sustain the course that will form a key pillar in pushing for reforms.
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