He added that the party will not go into coalition with any other party in the country and will also not field a presidential candidate but will front candidates in parliamentary and county assembly seats across the country.

“We want to bring change from the bottom up and cultivate participatory democracy beyond mere participation in elections but in the day-to-day governance,” said Mr Mwangi.

He has declared interest in vying for the Starehe Constituency seat currently held by Jubilee’s Maina Kamanda.

However, he faces strong opposition from the incumbent, Mr Kamanda, and flamboyant businessman Steve Mbogo of ODM.

Former Nacada board member and musician, Mr Charles Njagua Kanyi, popularly known as Jaguar in the music circles, has also shown keen interest in the seat.

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