Ford Kenya, Wiper and ANC have ruled out reunification with ODM and stated that they have committed to a pact with KANU that completes the composition of the One Kenya Alliance (OKA).
In a statement following their meeting in Nairobi on Tuesday, party leaders Moses Wetangula, Kalonzo Musyoka and Musalia Mudavadi said there were no plans to revive NASA.
“In matters relating to NASA, we at Ford Kenya, the Amani National Congress (ANC) and Wiper would like to reaffirm our irreversible commitment to the One Kenya Alliance in partnership with KANU and other like-minded Kenyans,” said the four OKA directors in a statement on Tuesday , 20th of July.
“For us, NASA is part of our political history. All that remains is the final process of closure, which involves the pursuit of financial accountability and settlement, ”said Mudavadi, Kalonzo and Wetangula after meeting Gideon Moi at Hermosa Gardens in Mbagathi Ridge, Karen.
The school principals said OKA was “a coalition of shared ideas, ideals, people and parties that carry real goodwill for our beloved country”.
“Indeed, we are delighted with the great interest and large numbers of Kenyans who urge us to quickly establish the Alliance as the true vehicle that carries their ambitions.”
The outfit said it was “on track” to launch a roadmap that would allow the policy of 2022 to be maneuvered.
At the same time, OKA urged the government to lift nationwide Covid-19 restrictions by the end of July in order to stimulate economic recovery.
“We urge the government to reintroduce previous economic safeguards, including a review of the tax system, to stimulate the economy,” the principals said.