“Now that the court has agreed with us, the reign of Jubilee has been brought to a halt. They are headed home,” Raila Odinga said as he celebrated the court’s ruling on presidential results.
He spoke on Friday during campaigns in Cheptais, Sirisia and Bumula in Bungoma county where he asked National Super Alliance supporters to abstain from sex on the eve of elections.
“When you are going for war, sex is a bad omen,” he said.
The Opposition chief said their coalition will now embark on tallying and announcing their own results.
“We will keep vigil at all polling stations, tally our own results, announce what we have and compare it with what the IEBC will have.”
The ODM leader said the August 8 vote will be one of protest by Kenyans who have been facing tough economic times.
“The elections are going to be about the unga revolution. We can no longer sit and watch as they rape our economy,” he said.
Raila termed the Jubilee administration a corrupt regime that is insensitive to the plight of Kenyans.
Moses Wetang’ula also present during the rally said Deputy President William Ruto has a long history of corruption and that this is why he has never been employed.
“Since he left university he has just been on a looting spree,” he said.
Regarding his decision to vie for re-election as Senator, the party leader said he had to sacrifice his presidential ambition to emancipate Kenyans from Jubilee.