“KANU respects its obligations and until the expiry of the agreement, we are not in a hurry to get into another political agreement. As far as I am concerned, KANU will honour the existing pact for now,” Moi announced after the President’s call.
The call seemed to have appealed to Gideon until Friday’s announcement which indicates that there was a possibility that KANU would join NASA.
Meanwhile, Mudavadi, who has been pushing for the formation of NASA had been courting Gideon with the promise that he would be one of the two deputies if he joined the alliance.
The Super alliance between the Opposition leaders seems to be giving Kenyatta sleepless nights thus compelling him to personally call the KANU Chairman.
If Moi agrees to join NASA, Kenyatta’s re-election in the upcoming General Election could suffer a major setback as Rift Valley is considered a Jubilee stronghold.