In Summary
  • Mr Wetang'ula said Nasa is committed to ending problems facing Kenya.
  • Mr Musyoka used the forum to drum up support for his presidential bid.

Cord co-principals Kalonzo Musyoka and Moses Wetang’ula toured Embu County on Thursday and urged Mt Kenya residents to join the National Super Alliance (Nasa).

They said they had worked harmoniously under then President Mwai Kibaki and would not sideline the region if they assumed leadership.

Speaking in Embu town, where they opened Wiper Party offices, the two leaders said Nasa would help end tribalism, nepotism and corruption in the country.

Mr Musyoka paid glowing tributes to President Kibaki’s administration, saying they were seeking to replace Jubilee to end poor leadership.

“We represent change, and that change is you. People have been affected by the foul smell of tribalism which has in turn bred hate. What we are against is lack of good leadership in the country.

"Their (Jubilee’s) policies have led to entrenched tribalism, corruption which has tainted the country’s image,” said Mr Musyoka.

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