We Will Not Compensate Victims of Police Brutality - NASA CEO Declares

National Super Alliance (NASA) CEO Norman Magaya has dismissed reports indicating that the coalition will compensate victims of police brutality.

This came after a letter bearing Magaya’s name started circulating on social media asking those affected during the election period chaos to register with local NASA agents so as to receive compensation.

The letter instructed victims to provide their names, details of loss incurred, amount of compensation expected and an M-Pesa registered number.

It further stated that the coalition had raised Sh300 Million during a fundraiser which would be distributed to all victims.

The victims were urged to keep their compensation expectations moderate so that the money would reach many of its members.

[caption caption="NASA Leaders donating foodstuff to their supporters "][/caption]

Magaya, however, dismissed the letter on his Twitter account where he wrote, “another desperate fake statement authored by Jubilee mongolots.”

On Friday, NASA conducted a fundraiser in aid of their supporters who were injured or died during the coalition's reform demonstrations.

Opposition leaders stated that the funds would be used to offset medical bills for their hospitalised supporters and cater for funeral arrangements for the deceased.

Later on Saturday, NASA Co-principal Musalia Mudavadi asked Kenyans to snub President Uhuru Kenyatta's inauguration on Tuesday and instead attend a memorial service at Jacaranda grounds, Nairobi.

Opposition leader Raila Odinga stated that the coalition will pray with the families of those allegedly killed by police during demonstrations against the repeat presidential election.

[caption caption="NASA leaders in Maanzoni Lodge "][/caption]

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