Makueni Town MP Daniel Kitonga Maanzo, who is also a top Wiper Party official, has said that the end of the National Super Alliance (Nasa) has come.

Maanzo, the secretary for foreign affairs in the Wiper Party National Executive Council (NEC), said that the approval given to party leader Kalonzo Musyoka yesterday to seek and form coalitions with other parties meant the end of Nasa.

According to the lawyer-cum-politician, the coalition rules indicate that upon withdrawal of the parties, it should break up.

Speaking to Musyi FM this morning, 25th May, the MP revealed that the Wiper Party was the last to withdraw from Nasa, marking the end of the coalition.

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“Chama Cha Mashinani led by Issac Ruto is out, Ford-Kenya led by Moses Wetang’ula is also out and now, Wiper Party. We sent Kalonzo to talk to ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi to also withdraw, and that means there is no Nasa.”

Maanzo said that Wiper leader Musyoka could now form coalitions with other political parties, and especially Jubilee and Kanu, to enable him to plan for his 2022 General Election presidential race.

The Wiper Party leader, he said, would be on the presidential ballot in 2022.

Speaking after the approval by the Wiper NEC yesterday, said they would work with other parties both at the parliamentary and Senate levels.

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“We can now speedily conclude any discussions to lead to co-operation in the forthcoming National Assembly and Senate elections,” he said.


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