Despite the best efforts of NASA Presidential candidate Raila Odinga to clinch the presidency, it seems Jubilee interference in NASA plans is in top gear, with new revelations of senior NASA officials working at the behest of Jubilee.
For instance, while Third Way Alliance Presidential Candidate Dr. Ekuru Aukot yesterday submitted a detailed report containing the mess that ballot printing in Dubai is undergoing, NASA, which has more at stake to lose in this election than Dr. Aukot, is yet to issue any report on their observations.
Dr. Aukot’s report (see separate story) was so embarrassing to IEBC that the commission dismissed it almost immediately, in the middle of a press conference that was being presided by IEBC Chairman Wafula Chebukati.
The NASA team was led by ANC Secretary General Geoffrey Oyotsi (pictured), who together with other NASA affiliate delegates seem to have been bought out by Jubilee not to give an adverse report on the credibility and dependability of the printing process.
A shocked Dr. Ekuru Aukot is said to have shared his concerns with other fringe presidential candidates, and chose to go public when it was clear the others were not giving the observations of the trip the seriousness it deserved.
Dr. Aukot is then said to have contacted NASA candidate Raila Odinga.
Raila, thereafter, is said to have demanded from the NASA delegation a detailed report of their visit, which they could not provide as at yesterday.
The NASA presidential secretariat has been accused of lethargy, confusion and lack of operational plan, often exposing the NASA campaigns to surprises by Jubilee.