Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho on Wednesday led the NASA anti-IEBC protests in Nairobi.

Joho led the NASA brigade which arrived at Uhuru Park on Wednesday morning to an awaiting jubilant crowd.

Other leaders present in the convoy led by Joho included Senators James Orengo, Janet Ongera, MPs Simba Arati, Ken Okoth and Babu Owino.

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The procession is set to snake its way in the city from Uhuru Park to Haile Selassie Avenue, Moi Avenue, and Kenyatta Avenue before coming back to Uhuru Park and then to the IEBC offices at Anniversary Towers.

Following NASA leader Raila Odinga's official withdrawal from the repeat elections scheduled for October 26 on Tuesday, the coalition announced it will step up their street protests to push for electoral reforms at the IEBC.

The opposition wants the IEBC reformed, and its CEO Ezra Chiloba and 10 other officials accused of bungling August 8 poll shown the door.

Mr Odinga’s camp is also pushing for system changes at the commission, including the dropping of Dubai-based ballots printer Al Ghurair and technology supplier OT-Morpho of France.

The leaders announced that they will hold the street demonstrations daily from next week as opposed to three times a week which they had earlier declared.

Joho leads NASA anti-IEBC protests in Nairobi