Secret Details Emerge of What NASA Leaders Discussed Yesterday

What NASA leaders were discussing yesterday. Here it is

However, the public address never took place as NASA Principal Musalia Mudavadi told the nation that the Opposition had decided to postpone the much-awaited statement as consultations were still ongoing.

“Owing to the urgency, complexity and delicate nature of issues the NASA summit is handling, our consultations are ongoing and progressing well. NASA will issue a comprehensive statement to the nation tomorrow,” Mudavadi’s statement read in part.

NASA flag bearer Raila Odinga chaired the six-hour meeting attended by Mr. Mudavadi, Bungoma Senator Moses Wetang’ula, Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka, former Bomet Governor Isaac Ruto, Siaya Senator James Orengo and former Machakos Senator Johnson Muthama. learnt of some of the issues discussed during the high-profile meeting.

According to a source privy to the meeting, a section of the leaders was pushing for a national mass action.

In a report by the Nation, some opposed this proposal noting that it would only lead to deaths and injuries.

Those in opposition further highlighted that they ought to avoid any confrontation as it would also make the international community withdraw their support.

Secondly, the leaders agreed that they would not take their grievances to the court as it will not avail anything.

Thirdly the principals ruled out the option of Mr. Odinga conceding defeat.

“This would not only amount to endorsing a stolen election but also would perpetuate such malpractice in future,” the Nation quoted.

At the same time, a report by the Standard indicated that the leaders resolved to cancel their public address after the electoral body failed to provide forms 34A.

According to the local daily NASA received Intel of how IEBC ‘electronically generated President Kenyatta results’.

"The winner announced by the IEBC in the presidential election is a computer-generated president. We are gathering all evidence to back our claims and present to Kenyans water-tight proof that the elections were a sham," the local daily mentioned.

The leaders are sieving through the information they are receiving before they finally address the nation.

“We have continued to receive more and more damning information even from the electoral commission. It is information that we cannot rush. We must sieve through it and tell Kenyans and the whole world why this election was a sham,” the Standard  quoted.


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