National Assembly speaker Justin Muturi, Makueni Governor Kivutha Kibwana, NARC-Kenya party leader Martha Karua and Dr Mukhisa Kituyi are in talks of building a oalition ahead of the 2022 General Election.
The leaders who were hosted by the Makueni Governor, promised to work together in building and strengthening the coalition.
They commissioned the Wote Greenpark, Makueni Innovation Hub and an oxygen plant at Makueni County Referral Hospital.
“Together with my three colleagues, we commit to unite in making sure we contribute in delivering the most suitable leader to this country,” said Karua.
According to Kibwana, those aspiring to improve the welfare of Kenyans are engaged in talks.
“The journey has begun for myself, Muturi, Karua, Kituyi and others. Those honest about good leadership will come together and talk. Each will continue marketing their agenda separately but there will be a time we will sit and make decision for Kenya as we are not selfish,” said Kibwana.
On his part, Muturi criticised the government for unleashing civil servants to frustrate some politicians.
“I associate with people who say ‘let us crave for Kenya where we find solutions for problems, where we are not talking about tribes doing this, but giving citizens a sense that we are a leadership that will give comfort and restore hope and dignity,” said Kuyi.
The four leaders said they believe they will receive overwhelming support from Kenyans and that there is no reason for retreat.
They said their alliance must be part and parcel of the team that will bring change to Kenya.
Kibwana, Muturi, Mukhisa and Karua have held meetings under the banner of National Alliance for Change, gunning for the presidency in 2022.