Aukot’s Thirdway Alliance launches manifesto in presidential bid

July 1, 2017 11:16 am
Aukot is viewed as a constitutional expert having been involved in the writing of Kenya’s/FILE

, NAIROBI,Kenya, Jul 1 – Ekuru Aukot’s Thirdway Alliance will on Saturday afternoon at the Kibra DC Grounds launch its manifesto in its effort to clinch the Presidency come August 8.

Aukot and his running mate Emmanuel Nzai have presented themselves as a third option for Kenyans tired of corruption and political cronyism which they argue both the National Super Alliance and the Jubilee Party are tainted by.

Earlier in the week, the Jubilee Party and NASA launched their manifestos with the former pledging to continue the transformation agenda it began in 2013.

NASA on its part says it will devolve security, withdraw Kenya’s defence forces from Somalia and scrap the digital learning devices programme rolled out by Jubilee if elected into office.


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