NASA Presidential candidate, Raila Odinga has said that there will be no elections in October as directed by the IEBC.
Speaking at a rally in Kibra, Odinga said the 17 October polls would not take place should the electoral body meet all its demands.
IEBC was scheduled to meet with the election stakeholders on Tuesday but the meeting never took off after NASA walked out and Jubilee was a no show.
Echoing his sentiments was Moses Wetangula who said the RaiLonzo duo would not be a part of the polls with the referee being the current IEBC.
Wetangula said the commission’s CEO Ezra Chiloba should not be a part of the team overseeing the fresh polls.
In his address, the Bungoma senator said they were not afraid of Jubilee.
Suna East Mp, Junet Mohamed had vowed to not vote in the fresh round of presidential elections should the IEBC conduct the polls as is.
If Chiloba and co do not get out of iebc I will not vote in the coming election. That's my personal opinion..
— Hon. Junet Mohamed (@JunetMohamed) September 12, 2017
The Kibra rally took place at the same time as President Uhuru Kenyatta’s first joint parliamentary address.
Also present at the rally was Dr Evans Kidero, Gladys Wanga, Edwin Sifuna and area Mp Ken Okoth.
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