Narc Kenya leader Martha Karua has hinted at a possible alliance with ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi ahead of 2022 elections.
Karua said she is discussing possible alliances with Mudavadi and other like-minded politicians.
“We have been in talks with the ANC party leader and other like-minded people to form an alternative front that will focus on dealing with real issues facing Kenyans,” the Narc leader said at a local station.
“We want to create a voice that will forge for a united country and help restore the economy that has received a heavy beating from the Covid-19 pandemic. We also want to create an environment to attract investors into the country,”
Catching up with Hon.@MarthaKarua, Ambassdor Dr. Sally Kosgei former Head of Public Service and Hon. @Peter_Kenneth, discussing the challenges facing our nation and agreed to jointly with other like-minded Kenyans put our heads together in search of sustainable solutions. pic.twitter.com/0Rvly9F0PV
— Musalia W Mudavadi (@MusaliaMudavadi) May 29, 2020
On May 29, Mudavadi, former Gatanga MP Peter Kenneth, Karua and former head of Public Service Ambassador Sally Kosgey held a meeting in Nairobi, pointing to a possible political alliance..
Many politicians are seeking to form strong alliances that will enable them to secure political seats in the 2020 General Election.
In addition, Karua said there was no need to amend the Constitution because it was not important at the moment.
“Currently, Kenya does not need any amendments to the 2010 constitution. They are unnecessary for now and there is no convincing reasons for any changes. Kenya does not need a referendum to deal with its immediate governance challenges,” the Narc party leader said.
Additionally, Karua said it was more important to address ethnic strife, corruption and end divisive elections.