Minority senate leader Moses Wetangula has maintained that the National Super Alliance (NASA) will not participate in any election that is a ritual of irregularities.
“In the next few weeks NASA will embark on fixing the countries electoral system,” Wetangula said at Okoa Kenya offices after meeting elected MPs.
Wetangula maintained that the October 17 presidential elections must meet the standards.
The coalition has also instructed its legal team headed by Senator James Orengo to study the cases to institute private prosecutions because the other arms of the government such as the office of the DPP are partisan.
“The constitution mandates any member of the public the opportunity to institute private prosecutions on any commissioner that has committed illegality and irregularity,” said Wetangula.
The NASA co-principal also rubbished the House Business Committees that were being hurriedly formed by the Jubilee party terming it ‘illegal’
“This house committees being formed by Jubilee has no legality. We treat them as Jubilee Parliamentary Group Committees,” said Wetangula.
He added that the coalition will on Sunday hold a political rally at the Jacaranda Grounds in Dandora attended by all the NASA elected MPs and other leaders.
We will embark of fixing the country