By Edward Collins
Wiper Party leader Kalonzo Musyoka is pleading with NASA supporters to be patient as they explore the possible ways of picking the coalition’s presidential flag bearer.
The four NASA co-principals are yet to pick their Presidential flag bearer a day after they retreated to Diani in Kwale County in what has been dubbed make or break talks.
The process of picking NASA presidential flag bearer is proving to be a hard nut to crack.
So much that a day after they retreated to Diani in Kwale County, they are yet to settle on who will be the coalition’s Presidential flag bearer, amid heightened anxiety among coalition supporters.
Speaking while addressing supporters at Majengo in Kilifi South after opening Wiper party office, Kalonzo was quick to call on NASA supporters to exercise patience as they pursue who will be NASA’s flag bearer.
Such were the sentiments shared by party Secretary General Hassan Omar.
Wwith the court having ruled that the announcement of the Presidential results at the constituency level by the returning officer is final, Kalonzo was full of praise for the ruling.
It is here that the Wiper party leader maintained that NASA will put up a parallel vote tallying center to monitor the process and ensure transparency, a move that has roundly been condemned by Jubilee leaders.
In the meantime for NASA supporters, it is a wait and seen game of who will be handed the baton to be the coalition’s Presidential flag bearer.