NASA briefing abruptly cut short on live television
A NASA presser was briefly cut short on live tv after alleging that 100 people had been killed during these post-election protests
During the briefing, Johnston Muthama alleged that over 100 people have been killed, 10 of them being children during the post-election protests.
"Their bodies are being put in body bags to hide evidence of unfolding brutality," he said.
Muthama went on to reiterate that the NASA coalition has rejected the presidential results declaring that president Uhuru Kenyatta is the next president of Kenya.
"We reiterate total rejection of the sham presidential results announced by the IEBC."
He further alleged that Interior CS for security Fred Matiang'i and the police command are working together to "shoot and kill" in regards to the response from the announcement of the presidential results.
"We would like to remind Fred Matiang'i, the police commissioner and all their commanders that they are personally responsible for these lives of Kenyans for these violations under the human rights laws," he added.
They called upon Kenyans to however stay calm and assured Kenyans that they will make sure that their vote is accounted for at the end of the day.
"We will communicate our next cause of action at an appropriate time."
He further demonstrated and showed the press the spent cartridges that "have been used to harm and kill innocent Kenyans".
On Raila speaking to the people, Siaya senator James Orengo said that "those who are calling for Raila to make a statement have an ulterior motive" once the presser went back on air.
He said that the statement is from the summit and Raila is part of the summit.
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