Odinga also condemned police for using excessive force against his supporters who had turned up at JKIA airport on Friday to welcome him.
“We condemn police action yesterday. Uhuru and Ruto must take responsibility for deaths that occurred yesterday,” he said, adding that the government is presiding over repression.
He further promised that NASA will Kenyans updated about its plans in agitating for reforms, insisting that the October 26 repeat election was bogus.
“Kenya will no longer tolerate stolen elections and that is now known in the US as I explained to them.”
During the visit to the city mortuary WWW.UPESINEWS.CO.KE also established that more than 15 people lost their lives in the Friday’s clashes between the police and the NASA supporters.According to the Morgue attendants who spoke to us most of the bodies were taken there by police who claimed that they had been stoned to death by demonstrators.
They claimed that it was only one person who was shot by police. NASA has however turned down police claims saying they were untrue insisting that it was police who shot their supporters.