NASA announces next step after Supreme Court upholds Uhuru’s re-election

Way forward for NASA

In a tweet, Mr. Magaya noted that in five days NASA will have the full details of the next course of action.

At the same time, Magaya emphasised that the elections held on October 26, 2017, was a sham and that was why their presidential candidate Raila Odinga withdrew.

He added that the opposition was also aware that the rigged election would also be legitimised by the apex court.

“We can see it before it happens. Refused to validate a sham election on 26.10.17 and refused to legitimize the charade through SCOK. We remain masters of our own destiny. In 5 days we will get there,” Magaya said.

ODM Communications Director Phillip Etale advised NASA supporters to remain calm highlighting that the Opposition leaders would give them the way forward.

"NASA supporters across the country are ADVISED to remain calm and not to react any form of PROVOCATION by our opponents. Be calm, still, focused and wait for the way FORWARD from the NASA leadership,” Etale said.

Maraga stated that the petitions lacked merit adding that the full judgment will be delivered at a later date.

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