Wiper Democratic Party says its solidly in support of National Super Alliance's call for products boycott and the National Resistance Movement (NRM).
In a statement on Thursday, the party disowned a letter that alleged it was not in support of the resistance movement and the boycott called by the opposition coalition.
The letter bore the name and signature of the Nasa Executive Director Jared Siso and was widely circulated on social media on Wednesday.
“It is our belief that forming such a (resistance) movement aimed at economic sabotage at this time is going to hurt Kenyans more than it will deliver them from the injustices they have suffered at the hands of Jubilee leadership,” the fake letter read in part.
Wiper organising secretary, Robert Mbui dismissed the letter, stating that the party is supporting the activities of Nasa.
“Jubilee has resorted to fabricating lies in its van attempt to portray to gullible Kenyans the non-existent divisions in the National Super Alliance Coalition (Nasa),” Mbui said.
Last week, Nasa asked supporters to boycott products and services from telecommunication firm Safaricom, Brookside Dairy and Bidco. The opposition alliance has accused these companies of supporting and funding the Jubilee government in subverting the will of the people at the ballot.