Jubilee's message to Raila after announcing NASA will move to court
Barely hours after ODM leader Raila Odinga announced he would challenge the presidential results in court, the Jubilee team has now...
On Wednesday, Odinga made a u-turn and disclosed that the NASA team would move to the supreme court to prove how the results were generated by a computer.
"We have now decided to move to the supreme court and lay bear the making of a computer generated leadership," the Opposition leader stated.In a rejoinder, the Jubilee team led by National Assembly Majority Leader Aden Duale welcomed NASA's decision stating they're ready to face them in court."Let their lawyers now bring the evidence before the court and I am certain our lawyers and those from IEBC will counter all the evidence they come up with,” Duale affirmed.Tharaka Nithi Senator-elect Kithure Kindiki exuded confidence that they would trounce the Opposition in court. "We have been ready for NASA any day, anytime, anywhere. Even if there is any other court they will wish to go after losing in the Supreme Court, we are ready for them. Even if it's before an international court,” Kindiki said.The former Prime Minister has refused to concede defeat to President Uhuru Kenyatta after he was declared the winner by IEBC.Odinga has maintained that the late ICT manager Chris Msando logins were used to alter the results.
During the much-awaited announcement on Wednesday, Odinga said Msando was the sacrificial lamb.
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