There are no cracks in CORD, says Wetangula
03 October 2016, 18:28
Narok - Ford Kenya Party leader Moses Wetangula has dismissed claims that there was discord within the cord coalition over who should fly the coalition's presidential flag in the 2017 polls.
Speaking to reporters in Narok, Wetangula said that reports that there were disquiet within the coalition as propaganda being advanced by the ruling Jubilee coalition.
"There is no cracks within our coalition. All the coalition's co-principals are presidential candidates and we will support whoever will be named the flag bearer," he said.
The Senate Minority leader added that the coalition will remain united so as to defeat the ruling jubilee government in the 2017 polls.
Wetangula is in Narok County to popularise his Ford Kenya party and seek the support of the Maasai community ahead of next year's election.
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