Raila’s stinging response to Uhuru after he warned Maraga’s team (Video)

A jubilant Raila had this to say after Uhuru's warning to the Supreme Court Court judges.

After the Supreme Court ruling by Chief Justice David Maraga which nullified his victory after the August 8 polls, Kenyatta warned the few judges who ruled against him that they will now have to deal with a President is in the seat of power.

However, in a swift rejoinder, Raila told off the President over his remarks of the Supreme Court judges.

“I saw the President talking about six people subverting the will of 42 million Kenyans. let him also know that two plus another four in the IEBC are six, and those six cannot subvert the will of the people,” Odinga said.

Below is the clip of Odinga’s statement.

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Raila condemned the IEBC and called for the prosecution of its commissioners.

“We have no faith at all in the electoral commission, they have committed criminal acts. Most of them actually “belonging to jail” and therefore we are going to ask for their prosecution,” Raila stated.

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