“We have been calling for mass action since 1991 and we will not stop as long as some people try to restore dictatorship,” he said during an interview on NTV.
“If change cannot come through the ballot, it will come through the bullet,” he added.
“Protestors do not kill, they only resist oppression. It is the police who shoot and kill when protesters resist. Any killing is initiated by government. We will call for mass action,” he said.
He insisted that the coalition will not just accept and move on, a call that President Uhuru Kenyatta has been making.
“We need to discuss why Kenya should stay together just like in an abusive relationship people talk and agree either to break up or move on,” he said
The economist also noted that the move to the Supreme Court was for them to prove to the world what really happened during the elections and not to overturn Uhuru’s win.
“We as NASA clearly know that the problem we are dealing with is the political impunity and we know courts cannot solve this. We are fighting the election not just to win power but on grounds of implementing electoral reforms,” he added.
“There should be open civil conversations on this matter and frightening people with secession will not help and throwing some statements does not amount to incitement,” Ndii said.
NASA is challenging Kenyatta’s win saying that they have in possession evidence that proves that his win was fraudulent.
Ndii has also said that he will be petitioning for the division of Kenya.
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