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I found NASA, not Mudavadi

By Killiad Msafiri | March 4th 2017
Mohammed Abduba Dida has claimed that he is the brains behind the formation of the National Super Alliance (NASA) and not Musalia Mudavadi as widely known.

'Mwalimu' as he often prefers to be called said during an interview that he held several meetings with the former Deputy Prime Minister late last year and they had agreed to call other famous politicians to unity. Among the named politicians included Martha Karua, Senator Moses Wetangula, and KANU's Gideon Moi.

However, Mudavadi 'refused' to pick subsequent phone calls and arranged 'secret' meetings to Dida's dismay, he further added.

"I held several meetings with Mudavadi, I even called Wetangula to inform him about the plans. I talked to many politicians about the plan but after the initial agreement with Mudavadi, he started snubbing me saying he was busy.

All over a sudden, he tells me he is going to Bomas for the launching of NASA", he lamented.

Mudavadi has been largely credited as the brainchild of NASA- by coining the name which has brought about opposition unity in Kenyan politics.

Dida who recently launched Tunza Coalition has also declared his ambitions of succeeding President Kenyatta and will be Tunza's flag bearer in the August General Election.

He faulted the Presidency for the lack of positive change in the country saying that the President might be blocking innovative ideas from those below him.

The teacher also slammed opposition chiefs Raila and Kalonzo saying that they have done nothing to Kenyans despite being in the political arena for so long.

Dida also spoke against ethnicity, tribalism, and corruption stating that to achieve change the country must embrace religious teachings on morals and study human history.

"No matter where we come from, when we trace our origin we will find out we all came from Adam and Eve", he explained.

He said that his main aim is to restore human dignity and challenged humanity to regain its lost glory.

When given the chance, he said he will start by changing the education system.
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