Important Message Raila's Team Sent Today Morning

This is not over anytime soon

This comes at a time tension has gripped the country with some areas perceived to be NASA strongholds marred with violence.

The next course of action by the Opposition has remained unclear as the tallying of the results continue at the National Tallying Centre located at the Bomas of Kenya.

However, from the messages shared by ODM party, it seems that the current political strenuous environment will not be disappearing anytime soon.

In a thread consisting of ten tweets, Odinga's party maintained that the struggle was still in its early stages.

The former Prime Minister's team insisted that the fight for a credible election will not be postponed and must be solved now and forever.

"Independence struggle started in the early 50s, way before any EAC member, and ended after every EAC member. We go Marathon. Tulia!

"Because we Kenyans go Marathon for rights and freedoms; we're just in the early stages of instituting credible elections here - for good," some of the tweets read.

The Opposition noted that Kenyans should not settle for politicians who were comfortable with injustices and those who simply want to quickly fix problems.

"Like our forefathers, we understand there are those who want quick fixes, supported by their own comfort and looking only inward. We learnt from Mau Mau, and the long and hard talks at Lancaster I and II, that we leave nothing for a future time. We solve everything.

"If another generation grapples with another difficult national question, let it not be the evil of election rigging. This we are burying," ODM noted.

The Opposition went ahead to assure Kenyans that the fight for credible elections will be won.

"This is our finest hour. A democracy tested. We shall win!" ODM tweeted.

Here are the tweets.

JOIN OUR PULSE COMMUNITY!

Unblock notifications in browser settings.

Eyewitness? Submit your stories now via social or:

Email: news@pulselive.co.ke

Recommended articles

Africa’s richest man Aliko Dangote poised to overtake another Russian billionaire Vladimir Lisin on Bloomberg billionaires list

Africa’s richest man Aliko Dangote poised to overtake another Russian billionaire Vladimir Lisin on Bloomberg billionaires list

Mzee Kibor's will made public, revealing how vast wealth and millions will be distributed

Mzee Kibor's will made public, revealing how vast wealth and millions will be distributed

Ini Edo posts new photos amid reports of welcoming a baby through surrogacy

Ini Edo posts new photos amid reports of welcoming a baby through surrogacy

Machakos billionaire buys 680 Hotel in Nairobi

Machakos billionaire buys 680 Hotel in Nairobi

Referee behind chaos at AFCON was rushed to hospital after match

Referee behind chaos at AFCON was rushed to hospital after match

Ne-Yo speaks out after wife Crystal announced end of their 8-year marriage

Ne-Yo speaks out after wife Crystal announced end of their 8-year marriage

Eddie Butita speaks on his fallout with Miss Mandi, offers her a job

Eddie Butita speaks on his fallout with Miss Mandi, offers her a job

Africa's richest man, Aliko Dangote, adds extra $915 million to his vast wealth in Q1 2022

Africa's richest man, Aliko Dangote, adds extra $915 million to his vast wealth in Q1 2022

Zuchu forced to apologize to fans after viral video raised eyebrows

Zuchu forced to apologize to fans after viral video raised eyebrows