Wetang'ula not leaving CORD for Jubilee, MP insists
20 September 2016, 18:03
Nairobi - Moses Wetang'ula will not leave the CORD Coalition, an MP has said.
Kiminini MP Chris Wamalwa says that the FORD kenya boss is firmly in CORD and will not leave at any cost.
He says that Wetang'ula is keen on CORD unity and will push for free and fair nominations for the next Presidential candidate out of the Coalition.
" The party leader will remain in CORD to the end. He is confident he will be the flag bearer come the 2017 elections and will remain," Wamalwa told News24.
The MP says that he too is happy in CORD and urged the three leaders within the coalition to work towards coming to a solution on the candidate for the coming polls.
" The coalition is strong as ever and will continue to as we approach the 2017 polls," he added.
Wetang'ula has been hounded by some western Kenya leaders over his candidacy come the 2017 polls, with some calling for him to quit the coalition for the Jubilee wing.
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