Ford Kenya Leader and CORD third Principal Moses Wetangula has said the coalition is intact despite the three constituent parties angling to clinch the joint presidential ticket.
Wetangula dismissed claims CORD is disintegrating, putting an end to speculations that he and Wiper Leader Kalonzo Musyoka are pursuing accommodation in the Jubilee government.
“We have a unity of purpose. Our main aim is to wrestle Jubilee government out of power. We know where we have come from and we know where we are going together as CORD,” said Wetang’ula.
“Having come this far together as CORD principals, Kenyans should not be worried of any discord. It gets more difficult when all of us believe we are strong candidates to represent the coalition in the next General Election.”