Raila announces new anti-IEBC demo dates
The NASA leader announced new dates for demos this week ahead of Thursday's elections.
Odinga on Sunday night urged his supporters to take a break on Monday, and resume the countrywide anti-IEBC protests on Tuesday and Wednesday ahead of the repeat presidential elections scheduled for Thursday, October 26.
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"We resume our picketing at IEBC offices countrywide this coming Tuesday and Wednesday. As a coalition we maintain that there will be no election on Thursday and the commission must pave way for meaningful reforms. Canaan beckons and there is no turning back," Odinga stated.
Odinga reiterated that NASA would not relent in their struggle for a free, fair and credible election.
The NASA leader on Sunday addressed a series of rallies in Trans Nzoia County where he maintained that the coalition will not participate in the repeat polls which he said, has already been decided in favour President Uhuru Kenyatta.
He claiming that a batch of ballot papers have already been printed by a local firm and distributed to favour the Jubilee Party.
“We cannot go to the poll again when things have not been properly rectified. Already the rigging plot is in place. We know that votes have already been printed and have been distributed. We are not fools,” Odinga spoke in Kiminini.
Odinga disclosed that the ballot papers were printed secretly in Nairobi by a private company and that he has evidence to show Kenyans.
The NASA leader was accompanied by co-principals Musalia Mudavadi, Moses Wetang’ula, Bungoma Governor Wycliffe Wangamati, Kiminini MP Chris Wamalwa.
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