Party want sober deliberations bipartisan talks

Party want sober deliberations bipartisan talks


Tuesday April 11, 2023


By Salome Alwanda


National Chairman for the National Reconstruction Alliance (NRA) Party wants the teams selected to steer the negotiations during the bipartisan parliamentary talks to refrain from taking hardline stance for the common good of the nation.

NRA party chairman Fredrick Munuku urged appointees of President William Ruto and his archrival the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance leader Raila Odinga to put the interest of Kenyans first for the sake of the country.

Speaking during the official launch of the NRA Kenya Party office in Busia at Matayos on Monday, Munuku said that the country was much more important than any single individual and urged members in the selected panel to approach the talks with a sober mind.

‘As a party we know that citizens of Kenya are currently facing several challenges which prompted the Azimio la Umoja leadership to resort to peaceful demonstrations,’ he said adding that as a party they support dialogue between the two political affiliations.

He stated that time for politicking is long gone and leaders need to concentrate on matters development.

‘I would like to urge those hardliners within the two conflicting parties to calm down and focus on how to unite Kenyans,’ he said.

Busia County NRA chairman Boniface Namani   expressed confidence that the party will garner majority of electoral positions come 2027.

Jezriel Begera, a member of NRA Party said that leaders from the two opposing camps should exercise sobriety while engaging in dialogue on issues currently affecting the country.

Doris Wako who contested for Busia County Senatorial position on Labour party of Kenya ticket defected to NRA arguing that it is the only party that considers the marginalized.

Wako urged the party leadership to ensure transparency and avoid discrimination on candidates who express interest in electoral posts.

The NRA Party has embarked on the process of establishing offices in various counties with Busia being the first.


Courtesy K.N.A 


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