Karua: Narc Kenya will not join Jubilee
15 April 2013, 13:36
Flower Party leader Martha Karua has said Narc Kenya will remain an independent party and that they will not join Jubilee government.
Speaking at a Gilgil hotel during a party performance evaluation workshop on Saturday, Karua said that they will now be focusing on rebuilding the party following its dismay in the March 4th general elections.
“Our party will remain independent and we will keep a watchful eye to the new government so as to make sure they keep the promises they made to Kenyans.”
She said that they will remain steadfast in the fight against corruption by playing the watchdog's role.
Karua said that Narc Kenya was committed to the realization of meaningful development thus their support for development agenda.
The flower party leader however declined to comment on whether Narc Kenya was willing to work with the Jubilee coalition like other parties.
Karua said that the matter was still a subject of discussion adding that the National Executive Council would continue engaging in consultations until they reach to an agreement.
“The entire matter has to be discussed by the relevant body and so far the we are still in consultation,” she said.
Karua thanked those who voted for Narc Kenya candidates and also thanked those who did not vote for her saying that it was their democratic right to vote either way.
Only one person made it to parliament on a Narc Kenya ticket while 18 members of the county assembly also clinched their posts on a Narc Kenya ticket.
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