Should they form the next administration, Martha Karua, the leader of NARC Kenya, has pledged to respect Raila Odinga.
Speaking to the media on Monday, Karua argued that Kenyans needed to see progress, which would be her main goal under the Raila Odinga-led Azimio administration.
Karua pointed out that disagreements within a coalition should be resolved behind closed doors rather than in the public eye as he fired shots at the current administration.
Should the Azimio alliance win the next government, she committed to resolving disagreements within it in a dignified manner rather than airing their dirty laundry in front of the public like President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy, William Ruto, do.
“I am aware of the purpose for which I have been called, which is to act as Raila’s running buddy. So I’ll treat him with the respect he merits, and he’ll reciprocate.
“I won’t be the kind to talk badly of him if we argue. You may occasionally have different viewpoints, but these issues are resolved behind closed doors. The public expects outcomes, not additional theatrics, according to Karua.
Karua made reference to her time working in the late Mwai Kibaki’s administration in 2009, emphasizing that she resigned from that position in a dignified way and chose not to retaliate against those who interfered with her duties.
“I admire my commander Raila, and I’ll never treat Kenyans with contempt. I’m prepared to work for Kenyans, and I ask God to lead me, she added.