Amani National Congress leader Musalia Mudavadi continued with his onslaught against the Jubilee coalition by asking Kenyans to vote it out in 2017.
Speaking on Monday, Mudavadi said the yet-to-be-formed National Super Alliance (NASA) is the only hope that Kenyans have in ending Jubilee government's misrule that has seen the country deteriorate economically.
According to the former Vice President, everyone should stand with NASA as they work around the clock to dislodge the current regime from power.
"Let's be in solidarity as political parties, trade unions, civil society, saccos, boda boda riders, the youth, women, matatu owners, drivers, cooks and watchmen. NASA is not about the ambitions of one person or political party. Our ambition is to protect Kenya," Mudavadi said.
Mudavadi was quick to slam the government for using the youth as voting machines by instilling 'hustlers' mentality just as a way to ensure they get their votes.
He said that majority of the government programmes on the youth end up becoming scandalous
The former Sabatia MP told off lawmakers from the former Western Province who have jumped ship to the Jubilee Party saying it is him (Mudavadi) who took them there.
He told them that they are lost and that they should be ready to feel the wrath of the electorate come next year.