NARC-KENYA Party leader Martha Karua has responded to reports claiming that a section of Jubilee leaders had called on her to join the Coalition.
The 2013 Presidential aspirant stated that she would not bow to the pressure of dissolving her party to join the Jubilee Party.
The Opposition supporter insisted that she would not be coerced into working with Jubilee, stating that any such efforts will bounce.
Karua took to Twitter saying: “I & Narc Kenya will enjoy our freedom of association which jubilants so must respect.”
Some leaders from the government’s side had asked Ms Karua and Kenya National Congress leader Peter Kenneth to disband their respective parties and merge with Jubilee.
The group from Mt Kenya region observed that the two should also drop their presidential bids to support President Uhuru Kenyatta in the 2017 Election.
President Kenyatta on Wednesday announced that 12 parties had decided to dissolve and form a formidable force which would have representation from different parts of the country.
In a press conference at State House, Kenyatta stated that the Jubilee Party would be launched in September.