The Jubilee Party has welcomed the move by NASA to go to court saying that it was the right decision.
Through the leader of majority Aden Duale, Jubilee Party said that NASA leaders had the opportunity to share the pieces of evidence and show cause as to why they were unsatisfied.
He said that NASA lawyers should now bring the evidence that they had collected however he was certain that their lawyers and those of IEBC would be able to counter all evidence that would be presented.
Senate leader of majority, Kithure Kindiki also expressed his confidence in president Kenyatta retaining his seat and said that the Jubilee party is ready for NASA any day any time even if they wanted to take the matter to an international court after the supreme court.
Kithure Kindiki stated that NASA’s case was a ‘case to nowhere’ and was just a tactic to prolong the ‘definite loss’ he however said that they should still exercise their constitutional right in order for the court to determine their ‘sealed fate’.
Kindiki referred to NASA as a terminally ill patient who kept on taking pain killers to relieve pain even though they knew they were facing death.
Most of the institutions have welcomed NASA’s move to go to court saying it was the best way to resolve election issues.
NASA on Wednesday made clear their next course of action and said it was giving the supreme court a chance to redeem itself.
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