NASA takes campaigns to Coast region


By Emily Kenik

National Super Alliance (NASA) leaders took their vote hunting mission to coast region on Saturday.  

The leaders led by NASA’s flag bearer Raila Odinga pitched tent in Kinango, Kwale county wooing locals to come out in large numbers and vote for NASA in the August 8th polls.

Odinga told the locals that most projects the Jubilee administration is laying claim on were initiated by him during the coalition government.

Odinga’s running mate Kalonzo Musyoka echoed the sentiments claiming Kenyans have never been as deeply deprived as they are now.

He noted that food, housing and health services have been degraded like never before.

On Her Part, ODM secretary General Dr Agnes Zani urged the locals to come out in large numbers on the 8th of next month to vote for NASA leaders who she said have a development mindset.

The NASA team will Sunday continue with their vote hunting in Kilifi County.

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