Martha Karua, Narc Kenya leader, has denied reports going viral on social media that she bolted out of OKA over a looming deal with Azimio la Umoja.
The reports emerged after Oka announced official engagements with the Azimio to build a grand alliance.
“If One Kenya Alliance joins Azimio, then count me out. That is not part of the deal we signed as OKA principals” a post quoted her to which she termed it as fake.
Despite her statement, concerns remain about her position on OKA’s decision to begin discussions with Azimio.
Her absence from the Jubilee and ODM NDC rallies on Saturday has prompted questions about her position in the current developments pitting Azimio La Umoja and One Kenya Alliance.
When Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka spoke to the press on Friday to announce their intention to join Azimio where the Narc Kenya chief was notably absent.
Her silence on the move appears tactical depicting a possibility that she is yet to make her stand to fully join the Azimio La Umoja movement.
Wiper leader Kalonzo in his address at the Jubilee NDC, however, downplayed her absence saying she was absent to attend to an important matter.
“…Our sister Martha Karua of Narc Kenya is here spiritually with us but she had to get over to Kirinyaga and we bring her greetings to you,” Kalonzo said.
Since Kalonzo announced OKA’s entry to OKA, the Iron Lady, as she is commonly known, is yet to make a statement approving or denying the motion to join Azimio.
Neither has she tweeted or retweeted OKA’s statement announcing a move to Azimio, raising doubts whether she approved of the development.