I'm working with Jubilee, CORD MP says
14 August 2016, 16:00
Nairobi - A CORD MP says he is working with the Jubilee Coalition heading towards the 2017 elections.
John Waluke, who is an ODM MP says that he has moved to forming a coalition that will work with the current Jubilee government.
He says that the opposition is lost and lacks ideas to help improve Kenyans' lives and was moving in a different political direction from CORD.
He described it as a third political force in Kenya.
" The third force will go its way alone to the ballot and later work
with the party that will win the election and form the government," he told News24 Saturday on phone from Mombasa.
" We want to seek more alliances and support from all the regions, we are going round to seek partners, build networks and move Kenya forward," he added.
Waluke accused the CORD Coalition of only harbouring the interest of a few individuals.
" The country needs diverse opinions and not just feel the influence of a few people," he claimed.
Waluke has teamed up with Budalang'i MP Ababu Namwamba to market the third force movement.
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