Kenya African National Union-KANU Party Nakuru Branch has given the Party’s Secretary General Nick Salat seven days notice to respond and clear himself about the decision to involve into the CORD/NASA political movement especially the highlighted meeting at Bomas of Kenya on 11th January 2017.
Addressing media in Nakuru, KANU Nakuru branch chairman John Muthee Ngunjiri stated that it was wrong for Nick Salat to associate with CORD/NASA yet KANU as a party had not made any decision to do so.
“The decision to join CORD/NASA movement as he stated was personal since no KANU delegates were in attendance nor were there any consultations through the National delegates conference to reach on such resolutions” he said.
The KANU Nakuru chair added that they will not be part to whatever decisions he take without first consulting the party stakeholders at every level of the structures.
Meanwhile, Ngunjiri revealed that KANU Nakuru branch had been fighting for the stoppage of the sale of KANU House Nakuru and even after approaching Salat, he has had negative opinion by publicly stating that the sale will go on since by going to court according to him the branch had separated itself from the party headquarters.
“Our intention in moving to court against the sale of the KANU House Nakuru branch was not for any other issue but to safeguard the property and any others affected” he said.
On whether to support a coalition or not ,he stated that they will buy the stand taken by the party National Chairman Hon. Senator Gideon Moi on 16th December 2016 that the delegates will determine whether the party will support any coalition or not.
KANU Nakuru branch has also demanded that the National delegates’ conference be convened quickly to iron out such impending pertinent issues sooner than later.