We will use other means if Jubilee dont dialogue-Raila
NASA leader threatens to use other means to handle Jubilee in the fight for electoral reforms
The opposition chief noted that the country was facing a serious political crisis and should Jubilee fail to heed his calls for dialogue, then he would resort to “other means”.
Odinga stated that NASA was “ready for dialogue but if Jubilee are not ready we will use the other way to bring the end to electoral injustice in the country".
He however did not divulge what other means he had at his disposal to kick out the Jubilee administration following last year’s presidential elections that saw President Uhuru Kenyatta declared the winner.
Odinga who was addressing mourners in Siaya during the burial of David Orengo, uncle to Siaya Senator James Orengo took a swipe at the police force, stating that “police are being used to execute all kind of atrocity instead of protecting citizens and property”.
Odinga warned that the stability of the country largely depends on how the current political stalemate is handled, regardless of who is in power.
He further urged his Jubilee counterparts to stop chest-thumping and come to the negotiation table.
The former Premier swore himself in as the ‘People’s President’ on 30 January, a move that was condemned by the international community.
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