You must publish  official voter register by Tuesday,Odinga tells IEBC

You must publish official voter register by Tuesday,Odinga tells IEBC

BY KORIR JUMA/CORRESPONDENT,22ND JUNE,2017-The Opposition National Super Alliance (NASA) on Thursday 22nd June took its election campaigns to Transnzoia county where the leaders vowed to reinvent the most effective ways to restore the economy of the country.

Speaking on Thursday   in Kitale, the former Prime Minister urged residents to turn-up and vote for a NASA government that he, Raila, says will lower the cost of living, something that the current administration has failed in significantly.

“Kenya is in an ICU condition, ailing because of a failed government and when we, NASA, take government in August, we will inject new blood and medicine to cure this country from corruption, insecurity and selective development projects,” said Raila.
Raila also accused the ruling coalition of insincerity and treating farmers with disdain just to serve the personal interest of senior government officials, further alleging that the government resorted to importing maize from Mexico at Ksh 4,200 per bag while insisting on buying from Kenyans at Ksh 3,200 per bag.

NASA officials of Raila Odinga,Kalonzo Musyoka,Moses Wetangula  and Musalia Mudavadi  also gave  the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) until Tuesday next week to publish the official audited voter register.

Odinga who is the  NASA presidential candidate Raila Odinga, says  IEBC has delayed the publishing of the clean voter register for Kenyans to assess its credibility, a move that NASA says reeks mischief that the electoral agency might be up to something fishy that could stand in the way of democracy and the will of people in the August 8, 2017 polls.

 

On his part Raila’s presidential running-mate Kalonzo Musyoka called upon residents to turn-up in high numbers in August, promising the farmers more goodies that will increase their production and empower them.

“Trans-Nzoia is among the food baskets of this country but farmers have been suffering. I call upon you to do a more than 95% turn-out so that we sent Jubilee home,” said Kalonzo.

NASA the tour takes four days in the region having begun officially on Thursday.On Friday they will take their campaigns to Bungoma county the county headed by Jubilee’s Ken Lusaka.

 

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