Amani National Congress- ANC Party has reiterated its stand over the current threats the party has experienced in the Western region.
This is after the Kakamega ANC offices were burnt by unknown people Monday morning.
ANC Party Secretary General Barrack Muluka said the party will not be dragged into political alliances it does not understand.
In a statement to newsrooms, Mr. Muluka said the party will stand on its independent mandate of uniting Kenyans and foregrounding matters concerning the nation.
He said the party has in the recent past been fought by both internal and external forces with an aim of intimidating the party and its leadership.
“It’s not difficult for us to establish who are behind these threats, let them concentrate with their alliances as we concentrate with uniting Kenyans,” read part of the statement.
Muluka however urged the police to move with speed and net all those involved in the arson.
“All our records and party documents are intact as we already backed up them in other platform,” he revealed.
There have been efforts to woo ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi to join Jubilee Party.
However, Mudavadi declined and said the party is going to run for Presidency in the 2022 general elections.