•Ngilu has not attended any of the 21 Azimio's anti-government rallies.
•Malala further explained that he had no intention of sabotaging other parties but the aim was to promote the UDA party.
The ruling party United Democratic Alliance continues to court other parties into their merger plans.
On Wednesday, UDA's Secretay General Cleopas Malala said that the party will not hesitate to welcome the NARC party if it reaches out.
"People have the right to choose which party they want to join, even if the NARC party leader wants to join us here in UDA, we welcome her,” he said.
Malala insisted that he will welcome Charity Ngilu who is the NARC party leader ‘with open arms’ should a working opportunity presents itself.
He was speaking at an event where he formally received former Kenya Africa National Union (KANU) members to the UDA party.
Ngilu has kept a low profile since Opposition Chief Raila Odinga was defeated in the August 2022 polls.
She has also not attended any of the 21 Azimio's anti-government rallies.
Malala further explained that he had no intention of sabotaging other parties but the aim was to promote the UDA party.
"With numerous political parties in the country, we are not soliciting for other parties, but rather for their members. We welcome members from other parties to join our party if they choose to do so," he noted.
The former Kakamega Senator highlighted that UDA's objective was to attract individuals based on their personal choice, as that is what democracy entails.
Early this week, President William Ruto received a major boost after six Kenya Kwanza affiliate parties folded to join UDA.
The parties: Umoja na Maendeleo, Farmers Party, Chama Cha Mashinani, Chama cha Kazi, National Agenda Party Of Kenya and Economic Freedom Party will now cease to exist.