NASA to swear in Raila Odinga in two weeks

Opposition says he won with 80% in August

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NASA co-principals Raila Odinga and Musalia Mudavadi. PHOTO: TWITTER

The National Super Alliance will swear in its leader Raila Odinga if President Uhuru Kenyatta is sworn in for a second term after controversially winning the repeat polls.

The Opposition maintains it does not recognise the October 26 repeat election and is demanding the opening of IEBC’s August 8 servers.

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NASA supporters during a rally. PHOTO: TWITTER

“As the Opposition we demand that they open the servers for the August 8 general polls so that we can declare Raila the fifth President of the Republic of Kenya,” Siaya Senator James Orengo said as quoted by the Star.

“The world knows who won the August polls with 80 per cent votes.” The politician cum lawyer was speaking in Kibra’s Kamukunji grounds in Nairobi on Sunday, November the 6th and was in the company of other NASA legislators.

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“This time we are totally prepared and we will not be intimidated by a fake government. We know the Constitution and in the next two weeks we will tell Kenyans the way forward,” Orengo noted.

According to the Kibra team, Raila will soon leave for the United States to explain to the top leadership, how individual families have manipulated the electoral process to stay in power for half a century since Independence.

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“America has already started arresting people who stole elections, and in Kenya, the government plans to reward them with plum jobs. We will not allow it,” former Kakamega Senator Bonny Khalwale said.

The ‘bullfighter’ who lost in his quest to become the next county boss for Kakamega County, urged the people who have used their proximity to power to stop bragging about how wealthy they are after stealing taxpayers’ funds.

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