We have now decided to move to the Supreme Court - Raila Announces
The NASA brigade led by Raila Odinga has announced that NASA will...
Addressing journalists at Okoa Kenya secretariat on Wednesday at Lavington, Odinga read a statement titled "Kenyans say no to computer-generated leaders."
In the statement, Odinga confirmed they would prove at the court how the results were generated.
"We have now decided to move to the Supreme Court and lay before the world the making of a computer generated leadership," Odinga stated.
The former Prime Minister maintained that they had a right to peaceful protests but was not clear whether they would hold demos.
"For the third time, a person who has lost elections has been declared a winner. The provisional and final results announced last week are null and void.
"Uhuru's Kenyatta's lead stayed at a consistent 11% throughout the announcements. Same was seen in many gubernatorial contests. Yesterday IEBC Chairman said he was unable to provide forms 34a. It means the provisional results released were untrue," the Opposition leader said.
Odinga also lashed out at international observers who he alleged wanted them to accept defeat even before the results were released.
"Some observers violated their mandate and called for NASA to concede before the IEBC officially announced the results. Shame on them," he affirmed.
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