The National Super Alliance (NASA) on Sunday evening postponed the launch of its manifesto from today to June 27.
According to the outfit’s campaign chairman Musalia Mudavadi this “is in respect to the last 10 days of Ramadhan, when Muslims are deeply engaged in the most intensive prayers of the holy month.”
The alliance had earlier announced it would launch its manifesto on Monday evening at an invites-only ceremony that was to be beamed live on major television stations from 7pm.
The ceremony was expected to last about three-and-a-half hours at Ngong Racecourse. NASA chief executive Norman Magaya said the manifesto heralds radical reforms in all key sectors, and will revolutionalize the management of public affairs, and give special attention to basic needs.
The opposition alliance has anchored its blueprint on seven policy pillars, coupled with region-specific manifestos.
This comes days after it was reported that only Musalia’s ANC had a ready manifesto.
Apparently, ANC is the only party in NASA that had an agenda for Kenyans. The pentagon has been accused of only being after power and not Kenya’s best interest at heart.
The five principal’s will create positions not inscribed in the constitution should they beat the Jubilee government.
Whether the coalition seeking to oust the UhuRuto duo has a plan or not is a question that will be answered 41 days to the elections.