- The National Super Alliance (NASA) has taken issue with Jubilee Party over the forthcoming Presidential debate
- NASA has revealed that it is ready to take part in the debate to specifically take on Uhuru on graft
- The 2017 Presidential Debate is set for Monday, July 24 2017 after it was postponed from Monday, July 10 2017
The 2017 Presidential debate hit a sudden snag after the Organizing Team was forced to postpone it from Monday, July 10 to Monday, July 24 2017.
The postponement came into play after President Uhuru Kenyatta and National Super Alliance(NASA) flag bearer Raila Odinga hinted they would not take part, citing issues to do with the whole organization.
Dismissing the leaders’ claims, the organizing team said everything is in place and that they have been in constant communication with the candidates by updating their teams on the details of the debate.
TUKO.co.ke has learnt that the Presidential debate will go on as scheduled despite early reports that Raila and Uhuru Kenyatta might miss it.
In a new turn of events, the NASA, led by Raila Odinga has confirmed participation in the debate, hitting out at Jubilee for refusing to take part.
According to NASA, their team, rather Raila Odinga is ready to take part in the debate to specifically challenge Uhuru Kenyatta on graft cases once he agrees on ground rules.
The debate, which will be aired live on all TV stations has been marred with a lot of issues with a number of candidates threatening to snub it because of the organization and communication.
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