TNA on drawing table to win coastal CORD stronghold
30 October 2014, 21:13
Kwale - As CORD discords in the coastal parts, top officials
from The National Alliance party have vowed to put up structures at the coastal
regions which is CORD bed rock to ensure good structures are in place and serve
Adressing the press in Mombasa on Thursday top party
officials led by Party’s Executive Director Joseph Mathai said that the party
will take advantage of some weak regions in the coast and which are occupied by
CORD to strengthen itself.
Recently CORD has not been in unity after some CORD rebel
Mps from the from Kilifi and Kwale shown some signs of joining the Ruling
Cord rebels led by Kilifi North Mp Gideon Mungaro ,Kilifi Women rep Aisha Jumwa
his counterpart Mustapha Iddi of Kilifi South and Lunga Lunga Khatib Mwashetani
have not been in good term with CORD coalition in the coastal region.
“We want to have a serious representation at the Coast and I
can confidently say that we are taking advantage of the dwindling fortunes of
our competitors in this region. You cannot continue to argue that the grip of
the opposition is still intact in this region,”said Mathai.
“We are taking advantage of the gaps that are happening we
are putting our narrative clearer and I can tell you there have never been
better times for TNA in this region,” he added.
The Party leadership was launching a campaign to strengthen
its foundation at the grassroots where the leaders were optimistic that the
party will form a more formidable force across the country.
National Organizing Secretary Birya Patrick said the Party
will put up strong structures that will ensure that the leadership is felt to
the grassroots as it seeks to capture more representation countrywide.
“This is why we are here in Mombasa where we have brought
together all our grassroots leaders so that we strengthened the party at the
grassroots. We will hold these meetings in every region in the county to make
sure that a strong foundation is built,” Patrick Said.
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