Orengo Announces NASA Team Failed to Agree with IEBC after Bomas Talks
NASA leader Raila Odinga’s campaign team on Tuesday made a new announcement...
Speaking on behalf of the team, Orengo announced that the meeting ended without agreeing on anything and further stated that the anti-IEBC protests would continue until the electoral body had agreed to fully comply with their demands.
“None of our conditions that we've set have been met and so we left without agreeing. Our protests will continue on Friday,” Orengo stated.
The Siaya Senator, however, added that the IEBC agreed to hold further deliberations which he hoped would produce fruitful decisions.
The veteran lawyer also commented on a statement by the international community that called for an end to the street demons.
Orengo stated that the diplomats should allow NASA to exercise their constitutional rights, claiming there was consensus between them and the EU that the IEBC was not ready to hold free and fair elections.
United States Ambassador Robert Godec had threatened to deny US visas to those who would undermine the October 26 presidential election.
“We're not going to be blackmailed. I have no interest in going to the United States,” Orengo declared.
President Uhuru Kenyatta is expected to lead the Jubilee team in a meeting with the IEBC senior officials later on Tuesday.
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