NASA insists IEBC must get it right with the second round of poll

NASA insists IEBC must get it right with the second round of poll

BY CORRESPONDENT,KANDUYI,16TH SEPT 2017-The National Super Alliance  has insisted that the independent Electoral and boundaries Commission had no choice but to meet all demands raised by them before the second round of poll is held.

Addressing mourners at the burial of the father of  Kanduyi member of parliament Wafula Wamunyinyi ,Austine Wamunyinyi in Bungoma County Saturday 16TH SEPT,NASA principal and presidential Candidate Raila Odinga has said the coalition had laid on the table all that needs to be done before a fresh round of poll is held.

Raila has reiterated NASA’s position that they will not participate in any electoral process surrounded in mystery.Accompanied by fellow Principals  Musalia Mudavadi,Moses Wetangula and Kalonzo Musyoka  the leaders were categorical that IEBC had no way out than to do the right thing.

His sentiments were echoed by Musalia Mudavadi and Kalonzo Musyoka who both said those who involved in electoral malpractices  during the August 8 elections at the IEBC must also take personal responsibility.

Bungoma youths shout down pro-Jubilee MPs during the burial of Kanyaduni MP Wafula Wamunyinyi’s father in the presence of NASA leaders, September 16, 2017-COURTESY


Meanwhile Angry youths disrupted the burial ceremony  accusing  MPs Didimus Baraza (Kimilili) and Mwambu Mambonga (Bumula) of selling out Mulemebt nation to President Uhuru Kenyatta after attending a meeting in State House Nairobi.

Trouble started when the first time MP Baraza arrived at the Bwema home as Bungoma Senator Moses Wetang’ula addressed mourners.

The MP was shouted down by the crowd shortly after he was welcomed on the podium to pay tribute to the deceased, Mathew Wafula.

“If you shout at a leader when he is speaking to you, you will never give birth to a leader in your house. Respect me kindly and let me speak my mind,” Baraza said.

But the crowd relented, throwing plastic water bottles at him as they called him a traitor and “tumbocrat”. Police intervened and frisked Baraza away.

Mambonga spoke earlier about going through many difficulties to get his seat, which is why Jubilee invited him to State House.

Wamunyinyi, Wetang’ula and Governor Wycliffe Wangamati also had to intervene and calm the crowd.


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