BY EURIDICE NZIOKA,24TH JUNE,2017-The National Super Alliance NASA presidential candidate Raila Odinga has challenged President Uhuru Kenyatta to commit to a free and fair election.
The opposition says past election malpractice makes it difficult to blindly commit to accepting defeat.
The leaders who took their election campaigns in Vihiga Saturday 24th June defended the development track record of its presidential candidate Raila Odinga from the jubilee bashing saying he had fought for systems that ensured both economical and political growth of the country.
The leaders also appealed to the locals to come out in large numbers and vote for the national super alliance in the august 8th polls.
They also took issue with defense Cabinet secretary Rachael Omamo over the use of the Military in the elections.Odinga was categorical that if the Jubilee needs to use the military they must go back to parliament for approval.
Amid increasing pressure from the jubilee party for the alliance to show case development track record for their presidential candidate, the leaders defend their candidate saying Raila has been on the forefront of fighting for the institution of systems for both political and economic growth of the country.
The leaders challenging President Uhuru Kenyatta to commit to a free and fair election.
The alliance remained confident of wrestling power from jubilee party insisting the ruling party had done little to warrant re-election.
They opposition heads to Busia Sunday to wind up its western Kenya tour.