November 22nd 2017

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NASA names Senator James Orengo as chief agent

'‘The coalition is ready for the 8th August 2017 general elections which NASA expects to win by a large enough margin that it will be futile for Jubilee to try and rig the process,” Mr Ager added.

By Free Press Reporternewsdesk@kenyafreepress.comSaturday, 29 Jul 2017 15:36 EAT

Sen. James Orengo.

The National Super Alliance (NASA) has announced the appointment of Senator James Orengo as the coalition’s Chief Agent for the forth coming Presidential and General Elections. Senator Orengo will be deputised by NASA CEO Norman Magaya who will also serve as the alternate Chief Agent.

In a statement today, the Head of Operations and Delivery of the Raila Odinga Campaign Secretariat, Mr Joe Ager, said the coalition had already submitted the name of Sen. James Orengo and Mr Magaya to the IEBC.

Mr Ager added that the early appointment of Senator Orengo as the NASA Election Chief Agent represented a critical part of the overall state of preparedness for the Presidential and General Elections on 8th August 2017. He said that the appointment of constituency and polling station agents was also at an advanced state.

'‘The coalition is ready for the 8th August 2017 general elections which NASA expects to win by a large enough margin that it will be futile for Jubilee to try and rig the process,” Mr Ager added.

“I urge all NASA polling agents, constituency polling agents and supporters in general to be prepared to turn out with one accord on 8 August; vote in force, meticulously protect the vote and deliver a resounding victory in order to deliver Kenya from the stifling misrule of Jubilee,” Mr Ager said.                   

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