Martha Karua says she is still open to working with her former colleagues in the defunct One Kenya Alliance, even after they joined hands to support the Azimio coalition flagbearer Raila Odinga.
In an interview with NTV on March 21st night, the Narc-Kenya boss explained why OKA was dead, and also gave no conditions to joining Azimio-OKA coalition, saying her party was willing to join the team without signing any agreement.
”OKA was our collaborators with the sole purpose being negotiating together meaning, we were to talk with other formations together. However, our colleagues entered another agreement during the Azimio National Delegates Conference (NDC). In other words, the purpose of coming up with OKA collapsed that particular day,” she said of their OKA union.
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”If, as individual parties, while negotiating what was on the table was enough for them, there is no way we could block them. It was their democratic right to do so. We are still friends because even before that signing, we were still working together.
Yes, individual parties parted ways with OKA but we can still work together. There is no deadline for people to work together. Even those of our colleagues whom we were with in OKA, we can still walk together in this journey without any agreement,” Ms Karua added.
Separately, the former presidential aspirant on Tuesday morning denied she had described Kalonzo Musyoka and Gideon Moi as traitors during her above interview with NTV as earlier reported by the media house.