'Leave me alone' CORD leader tells Uhuru, Ruto
12 August 2016, 17:48
Nairobi - Martha Karua says she is happy in CORD and will not be pressured to join the Jubilee Coalition by President Uhuru Kenyatta and DP William Ruto.
The Narc Kenya leader says that efforts to destabilise her and force her to close up her party and join the Jubilee Coalition will only end in disappointment.
She says that she is happy in CORD and has no plans of moving elsewhere.
" The pressure from State House to have me close Narc Kenya and join the Jubilee Coalition is a waste of time," she said Friday.
Karua adds that in no way will she close Narc Kenya saying that the party has yet to run its course.
" Narc Kenya is here to stay and agents of Jubilee trying to make it different are in for a rude shock," she added.
Karua says that she is happy in the opposition and expects strong developments in the coming months in regards to the 2017 elections.
" Our focus is on ensuring that the country gets the best leadership as possible and that will be our emphasis going into 2017," she added.
Karua is eyeing the Presidency come 2017.
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