According to the ODM party leader, the electoral body’s CEO was in office on Monday morning at 7 am despite taking a three week leave starting Friday, 20 October.
”I want you to know that Chiloba is still in office. He was in the office at 7 am this morning. And he is there now,” Odinga said while addressing the people of Keroka, Kisii county.
He also accused Chiloba of laying a trap for the opposition ahead of the fresh polls that they (NASA) have vowed to boycott.
Odinga also maintained that ballot papers were printed in the country along Mombasa road.
On Sunday, he asked his supporters to not take part in the repeat polls but instead demonstrate on Tuesday and Wednesday against the IEBC.
Also accompanying the former Prime Minister was Governor James Ongwae who insisted that the October polls would be flawed.
He said that the commission should meet their ‘irreducible minimum’ demands first.
The opposition is on a tour of Kisii and Nyamira counties.
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