NASA accuses Jubilee of attempt to change election laws to facilitate rigging of August polls

BY NAMULONGO PETER,CORRESPONDENT,MOMBASA, 2ND MAY 2017-The national super Alliance NASA has accused the ruling  party Jubilee for an attempt to  change the  laws that were agreed upon by both sides to govern the exercise of voting and votes counting on election day.

The  NASA  principals who are currently meeting in Mombasa to lay down plans on how to mount a successful elections campaigns say the move by Jubilee party to want the court to change the agreement that was arrived at  concerning  where votes are to be counted  is suspicious and aimed at creating an enabling environment to rig the elections.


NASA co-principal in a past event/UPESINEWS

NASA says the agreement was that  votes be counted at a central place at the constituency level which NASA says should be left to be the way it is.

In a statement to the press read by Senators James Orengo and John stone Muthama in Mombasa Tuesday   the coalition says any attempt to change the rule will lead to them withdrawing from the entire elections.

They further say that they will win the election by 75 percent margin against Jubilee and asked the independent Electoral and Boundaries commission to ensure that it administers the election in a credible manner without favor or  any malice.



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