The Jubilee Administration is allegedly putting pressure on NASA candidates who were rigged out of elections to concede defeat to their Jubilee opponents.
In a statement, the opposition says that the ruling party has been threatening, mostly gubernatorial candidates into accepting the outcome of the election that their party leader, Raila Odinga termed as ‘fraudulent.’
”The most affected candidates are those who ran for gubernatorial elections and were defending their respective seats in the general election. Many of them had planned to file election petitions to contest and annul the election of opponents,” read the statement in part.
Jubilee candidates have according to Musalia Mudavadi been intimidating the NASA election losers by interfering with their lives and legitimate businesses.
”The most disturbing feature of this arbitrary political pressure to concede defeat is that it involves threats and intimidation particularly by waving the spectre of prosecution, unwarranted and excessive tax assessments and demands, and interference with legitimate business or other enterprises.”
Mudavadi also noted that there were ‘odd’ wins in Garissa, Machakos where the elected leaders were ‘computer generated.’
”We had noted the strange and odd wins in several counties including Garissa, Machakos, Nairobi, Narok, Kajiado, Wajir and Marsabit, where a computer generated formula, using the same algorithm, unlawfully and fraudulently secured victories for Jubilee candidates who purportedly ended up winning seats by similar percentages.”
In the statement, the NASA chief Agent also noted that this years general elections were the most ‘scandalous and controversial.’
The team maintains its readiness to prove just how fraudulent the elections were in court and through other legal means.
Musalia asked Kenyans to remain resilient and firm in defending democracy.
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