By KBC Reporters
A section of Jubilee party leaders are now accusing the National Super Alliance of allegedly using powerful corrupt cartels to ascend to power.
Speaking at Jubilee headquarters Friday, the leaders led by Jubilee party Secretary General Raphael Tuju claimed that NASA has two manifestos, one aimed at hoodwinking Kenyans and the second solely to take care of the cartels.
According to the leaders, the second manifesto intends to repay the cartels after funding the opposition coalition campaigns.
At the same time, the leaders accused NASA of being captive of corruption cartels.
Tuju said NASA cannot be trusted with running the country as the country will be run by cartels.
Jubilee has in particular questioned the involvement of businessman Jimi Wanjigi.
However the NASA team led by Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka has been fiery in its response, questioning why Jubilee is disowning a man it allegedly dined with during the 2013 general elections.
On her part Nominated Senator Beatrice Elachi said the cartels became unhappy with the Jubilee administration after President Uhuru Kenyatta said 30 percent of government tenders should be allocated to the youths.
NASA has repeatedly accused the Jubilee administration of condoning corruption citing the National Youth Service and health scandals among others.
The government is now turning tables on the opposition accusing it of being corrupt and entertaining corrupt individuals.
In Machakos, Yatta lawmaker Francis Mwangangi fired the first salvo at the recently unveiled by Machakos County Governor Dr. Alfred Mutua, accusing him of hoodwinking residents.
In Mombasa, Gubernatorial Candidate Hassan Omar has called on the police to investigate events that led to the vandalism of his campaign truck by unknown assailants.