Wiper Party leader Kalonzo Musyoka has denied claims that the One Kenya Alliance is a reincarnation of the moribund National Super Alliance (Nasa).
"This is not Nasa part 2," Kalonzo responded to a journalist who had questioned him on the similarities between the One Kenya Alliance and Nasa.
Kalonzo was speaking at a press conference on Tuesday morning where Wiper, Ford Kenya and Amani National Coalition announced that they had officially left the Nasa Coalition.
OKA Principals from left; Moses Wetangula, Gideon Moi, Kalonzo Musyoka and Musalia Mudavad/Photo Courtesy
The three parties have written to the Registrar of Political Parties Anne Nderitu informing her office of their intention to exit Nasa.
All three parties displayed copies of the letters they have written to the registrar.
The three political parties then officially dissolved the coalition marking the official dissolution of Nasa.
Despite exiting Nasa, Wiper and Ford Kenya party leaders have in the recent past invited Raila Odinga and ODM to join the One Kenya Alliance.
Gideon Moi of Kanu, who was conspicuously absent during Tuesday's presser, has also invited ODM to join the coalition.
"For the avoidance of doubt, we are reaching out to every person. We know that we need to form a political colossus ambayo ushindi utadhihirika wazi,"Kalonzo said on Tuesday.
Musalia Mudavadi agreed with Kalonzo saying that OKA would seek partnerships with like-minded allies.