NASA leaders are a bunch of liars as they cannot fulfil their pledge to offer free secondary education by September if they win the August 8 election, Gichugu MP Njogu Barua has said.
“It is not practically possible,” he said in Miharati, Kipipiri, on Sunday.
Barua is part of the UhuRuto Express lobby group, who toured Kinangop and Kipipiri urging residents to reelect President Uhuru Kenyatta.
NASA has promised free secondary school education by September, while Jubilee has promised it by January 2018.
Barua said opposition leaders should stop lying to Kenyans that it can be realised before next year.
The election, he said, will be on August 8 and the results will be announced within three days. Then there will be 14 days for anyone with a petition to present it, and MPs will have three weeks to vet Cabinet Secretaries, who will be appointed by the presidential winner.
“The earliest Parliament can vet the CSs is by mid-October,” Barua said.
He said these timelines confirm that Raila is hoodwinking voters with free secondary education. “If this man can lie now, while seeking votes, what will happen if he is elected? Are we not going to get finished?” Barua asked.