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NASA Threatens To Boycott August Poll, Has Evidence Of Jubilee’s Ploy To Rig

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Kenyan opposition leaders (L-R), Musalia Mudavadi, Raila Odinga, Isaac Ruto, Kalonzo Musyoka, and Moses Wetangula sing the national anthem as they announce their National Super Alliance (NASA) coalition
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National Super Alliance (NASA) has on Friday threatened to boycott the General Elections.

The coalition has claimed to have evidence proving that the Jubilee government is planning to use the Military to rig the elections.

They have also claimed to have in their possession evidence that will prove the ruling party is planning to have extra ballots.

Mr Odinga, during the presser gave journalists a sheet of paper dated July 17 and market “secret” in the letter head, saying it was proof of the alleged scheme.

Read: How Jubilee Government is Planning to Introduce KANU-Moism through Various Acts

The Raila Odinga led camp has maintained that President Uhuru Kenyatta is using the military to doctor the election results. The opposition has also claimed that the deployment of police officers in violence prone areas is a ploy for the Jubilee government to intimidate voters.

Last week the former Prime Minister released a list of 42 officers whom he claimed were being used by the government as clerks and returning officers.

In his address, Odinga said the officers had their work IDs confiscated and replaced with the National IDs.

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