Uhuru wants Kenya to go Ivory coast way by  clinging to power  despite losing -Odinga

Uhuru wants Kenya to go Ivory coast way by clinging to power despite losing -Odinga

BY NAMULONGO PETER,NAIROBI,22ND SEPT 2017-The national super Alliance presidential candidate and leader Raila Odinga  now says  President Kenyatta  wants to cling to power and   drive the country to a halt like it was the case with former  Ivory Coast’s  President Laurent Gbagbo, who refused to leave office  despite losing in an election resulting to  violence.

Addressing the press at the Okoa Kenya offices in Nairobi Friday 22nd Sept,Odinga who was accompanied by other principals  Kalonzo Musyoka and Moses Wetangula Odinga says the continued attack on the supreme court by Jubilee and president Kenyatta  since it delivered a ruling nullifying the election serves  to drive a misleading point  that Jubilee won the election.

He says  Davis Chirchir logged into IEBC servers at the Bomas  of kenya  using hi personal details with the same being used 10,000 times in accessing the server and therefore multiplying Uhuru votes.

He has accused Uhuru for not ever speaking on free and fair election.”He wants  ballot boxes opened because  they are stuffed with two million extra ballot papers printed by AL Ghuraiar”.he said.Odinga also says  one of the supreme court judges who gave the dissenting opinion during the delivery of a full ruling on presidential results nullification  spend the entire day at state house before the full riling .


He has asked Jubilee and president Uhuru  to stop attacks directed at the judges saying the judiciary just like two other arms of government was independent and nobody could dictate to it on how to discharge its duties.He says the court just did its job as required by law telling off president Kenyatta that it was  a coup by four judges who gave the ruling annulling the election.

He says NASA was not afraid of election but will not go into it unless that playing ground was level and free.

He has also taken issue with the October 26th date  for a repeat presidential poll was informed by demands from a ballot paper printing firm  which wants  to manipulate the process once more.He says IEBC did not consult them being interested parties which was against expectations.


NASA has also replied to statement by the attorney general Githu Muigai who had earlier on in the day affirmed that president Kenyatta will remain in power even if elections were not held within 60 days.NASA says Muigai was misleading Kenyans.

NASA principal Moses Wetangula says it was clear that there was no provision  in the constitution that guarantees president Kenyatta stay in office after the stipulated period has passed.


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