No regrets quitting CORD, MP says
28 August 2016, 11:25
Nairobi - I have no regrets quitting CORD, an MP has said.
Khatib Mwashetani the Lunga Lunga MP says that
it is the right move he made in leaving the opposition party.
He has been mocked by CORD leaders at the Coast for choosing to leave
the coalition and been told he will lose his seat in the 2017 polls.
That does not worry the MP who says he is ready for the polls.
" I am ready for the election. They say I will lose but only the ballot will decide," he told News24.
He accused CORD officials of panicking over the newly found stability of the Jubilee Coalition at the Coast.
" I have no regrets at all. The coalition is at a good place, which is why leaders are shifting," he added.
Over 8 opposition leaders have pledged to work with the ruling Jubilee Coalition for the coming 2017 elections.
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