Former Deputy Prime Minister, Musalia Mudavadi says court ruling that vote tallying will be done at the Sub-county level is a big win for National Super Alliance (NASA).
He welcomed the land mark ruling and said it will deter rigging in the August 8 polls that was witnessed in last general election.
“The ruling has set pace for fair and credible election. This is good for our democracy,” said Mudavadi.
He added that NASA was headed for a big win and urged its supporters to vote in large numbers to send Jubilee government home for myriad problems the country has witnessed.
“The Jubilee government has wasted our resources and fanned corruption besides worsening our economy which has made Kenyans helpless and lost hope with the government,” he said.
The presidential hopeful was speaking at Mulundu village in Sabatia Constituency during the burial of the late Mama Tokesi Kahi, mother to Chavakali High School Chief Principal, Indimuli Kahi.
Kahi is the National Chairman of Kenya Secondary School Heads Association (KESSHA).
Mudavadi said NASA will remain united and choose its flag bearer who will face of with President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy William Ruto.
“NASA will give out strategic and strongest person as a flag bearer and ensure we win the next coming elections with a landslide,” said Mudavadi.
He warned leaders closer to the four principals to avoid uttering sentiments that would lead to voter apathy and separate the principals.
“We have vowed to work together for the sake of Kenyans and formed a committee to champion our interest and ideals. Let them do their work and give us the way forward,” he said.
Mudavadi was accompanied by area MP Alfred Agoi, Yusuf Chanzu (Vihiga), county Assembly Speaker Dan Chitwa, among other leaders.
Mudavadi eulogized the late as hardworking and down to earth woman who instilled discipline among his pupils and children.
The late Kahi who died at 78 years taught as an untrained teacher and joined teaching service in 1950’s.
Education Cabinet Minister Dr. Fred Matiang’i and the Teachers Service Commission CEO Nancy Macharia sent their condolences to the family.
Source: Kenya News Agency