“My Heart is at peace,” those were the opening statements by Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka while speaking on Saturday at Mua in Machakos County during the burial of Mzee Harrison Mulili Ndeti, father in law to former Kathiani MP Wavinya Ndeti.
Kalonzo has been rooting for dialogue between NASA and Jubilee following the disputed August 8 polls,but just like his fellow NASA principals,was caught flat-footed by the Friday happenings.
He further said he and other co-principals( Musalia Mudavadi and Moses Wetangula) will be retreating on Monday, March 12,to deliberate on the unceremonious truce between Raila and Uhuru.
“About our country, we have agreed to meet as NASA on Monday and know what exactly happened yesterday (Friday), but my heart is at peace, I feel vindicated, what I have been preaching will happen” Kalonzo said as quoted by The Star Newspaper.
In a joint-statement issued to newsrooms on Friday,the three Nasa leaders indicated that they were not privy to the talks at Harambee House.
“While we have always advocated for dialogue, as Co-Principals of the NASA Coalition, we were not privy to the discussions at Harambee House. We saw through the media a meeting between the President and Raila Odinga,” they stated.
“NASA is a coalition of four political parties namely Orange Democratic Movement (ODM), Wiper Democratic Movement (WDM), Amani National Congress and Ford Kenya,” the Opposition leaders clarified.