The registrar of political parties in Kenya Ann Nderitu has officially confirmed the dissolution of the National Super Alliance (NASA).
This is after receiving withdrawal requests from the partners ANC, Wiper, FORD-Kenya, and Chama cha Mashinana tendering their exit from the coalition.
After confirming the letters, Nderitu replied back to the party leaders including ODM party leader Raila Odinga and the other Principals Senator Moses Wetangula, Kalonzo Musyoka, Musalia Mudavadi, and Isaac Ruto that the coalition has officially been dissolved.
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The party leaders except Raila Odinga have already made it clear their intentions to make a political comeback come 2022 through the One Kenya Alliance (OKA). The leaders have openly called on the former Prime Minister to join and support their course as a gesture of appreciation.
Analysts speculate a major merger of various political parties including the likes of ODM and Jubilee in a bid to just not only clinch the election but to defeat DP William Ruto their fierce rival at the moment.
Plans are underway between ODM and Jubilee party to merge with paries from both camps looking into the best possible to achieve their mission.