Raila’s aide reveals what will happen immediately after Uhuru is declared president

The IEBC has announced that the final results will be declared Monday afternoon

Etale stated that after IEBC Chairman Wafula Chebukati declares Uhuru Kenyatta as president, NASA coalition will immediately address the nation and offer the way forward to its supporters.

NASA leader Raila Odinga had on Sunday indicated that his much waited address was dependent on the statement that would be made by the IEBC.

The Opposition leader had initially called on the IEBC to admit that the repeat election was a sham and have a fresh election after 90 days.

On Monday, IEBC, through Vice Chairperson Consolata Nkatha Maina, announced that the results of the repeat election would go on without results from 25 constituencies in Odinga’s stronghold of Nyanza.

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