Wed. Oct 27th, 2021

Since the boycott of Kenya’s repeated 2017 presidential election, the National Super Alliance (Nasa) has been dogged by unending wrangles – ranging from policy differences to sharing of resources – leading to its collapse. Ahead of next year’s polls, can they unite and form the ‘tsunami’ force they once promised?

On one sunny afternoon in January 2017, five opposition leaders stood at the podium inside a packed cultural center in Nairobi to launch Nasa, a coalition party that would take on the ruling Jubilee in the general election, only six months away.

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