Jubilee has failed terribly, NASA brigade says

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Supporters wave to NASA brigade in Isiolo, May 24, 2017. [Photo/Raila Odinga/Facebook]

The National Super Alliance (Nasa) has continued with its criticism against the Jubilee government, accusing it of mismanaging the country.

During Wednesday’s Isiolo tour, Nasa presidential candidate, ODM party leader Raila Odinga accused the government of failing to contain huge prices of basic commodities, increased insecurity, unemployment, corruption and drought.

Raila said Nasa has the solution to such issues, and will ensure each of them is addressed, once they oust Jubilee out of office in August, with unity of all Kenyans.

“For a county plagued with poor education facilities, perennial drought and border insecurity – a NASA government pledges equitable infrastructure investment, adequate devolved funds and a secure, stable place to live,” said Raila.

On his part, Nasa running mate Wiper Party leader Kalonzo Musyoka reiterated the need for Returning Officers announcing final results of the number of presidential votes at the Constituency level.

He asked the electoral agency IEBC, to withdraw the Appeal filed opposing the close, saying the Commission should not accept to be used by the Jubilee government, to rig out the Opposition.

Other speakers during the tour were local Nasa leaders and aspirants, who called on all Isiolo residents to vote in Nasa, come August.

Also present were co-principals Musalia Mudavadi, Isaac Rutto, and Moses Wetangula.

“We remain sensitive to the pastoralist economic mainstay in the region and commit to offer extension services and source markets so that the residents can live a decent life from their historical socio-economic activities,” noted the ODM party leader, at the Isiolo stadium.

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