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Martha Karua denies quitting OKA after deal with Azimio

Narc-Kenya leader Martha Karua has denied social media reports that she has quit One Kenya Alliance following the decision by her co-principals to strike a deal with Jubilee and ODM to form a grand coalition.

In a post on Twitter, the former cabinet minister dismissed the reports terming the “fake”.

Her absence at the Jubilee and ODM NDC on Saturday has raised eyebrows on her stand in the recent developments pitting Azimio La Umoja and her One Kenya Alliance.

On Friday, when Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka was addressing the press announcing their entry to Azimio, the Narc Kenya leader was conspicuously missing.

Kalonzo downplayed Karua’s absence saying she was attending to an important matter.

During the Narc Kenya National Delegates Conference that was held on February 18 at Ufungamano House in Nairobi, Karua said that her party was ready to enter into a coalition with like-minded parties ahead of the General Election.

She said that the party was to engage other political outfits in a quest to be part of the next government, adding that they are keen to work with parties that are committed to fighting graft, among other vices.

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