A past NASA rally. [Photo: Raila Odinga/Facebook]
The National Super Alliance (Nasa) has lined up a series of campaigns across the country, to rally support ahead of the August 8 polls.
This is after the alliance’s presidential candidate Raila Odinga and running mate Kalonzo Musyoka were successfully cleared by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC), May 28.
On June 1, the Nasa brigade will be in Nyeri county, for the Madaraka Day Celebrations.
The Central Kenya county is perceived as a Jubilee Party stronghold, given that President Uhuru Kenyatta enjoys massive support from the region.
Nasa’s entry to the county will be the first, since the alliance was launched April 27, 2017.
On June 3, the Odinga-led team will officially launch Raila’s presidential campaign, in Kakamega, county, a region perceiceved to be its stronghold.
Nasa will head to Kapsabet, Nandi county, the next day (June 4), June 5 – Machakos, June 8 – Garsen in Tana River County where they will make stop overs in Witu, and head to Lamu county same day, for Muslim’s Iftar.
They will also tour Kaloleni-Rabai- Mariakani and head to Mombasa for another Iftar.
On June 9, the Oppositon will be in Taita Taveta County. One team will head to Mwatate and Wundanyi while another will be in Taveta and Voi.
On June 10, Nasa will be in Makueni county. They will tour Mtito Andei, Kambu, Kibwezi and hold a rally in Wote.