President Uhuru Threatens Action on Raila, Ignores Chebukati’s Calls in His Address

President Uhuru Kenyatta has promised to deal with anyone who will disrupt the upcoming elections.

The tough talking President specifically warned NASA and its leader Raila Odinga to stop threatening and attacking polling officials as they are institutions governed by the law.

Speaking during the Mashujaa Day celebrations at Uhuru Park, the President said that enough security officers have been deployed to deal with the NASA threats and ensure that the polling events go on as planned.

The President ignored commenting on the statement of IEBC Chairman Wafula Chebukati who complained that the environment the polls have been organised will not see a free, fair and credible election.

Some of the so called heros at the Mashujaa Day celebration

Instead, Uhuru variously warned those he called anarchists who thrive on chaos as not ready to experience a loss at the ballot.


It seems like the President is determine to have IEBC conduct the elections no matter what.

The President met Chief Justice Maraga for the first time since the ruling which nullified his win

NASA has insisted that they can’t participate in an election whose results have been already determined and votes allocated even before the voting day. The opposition coalition has revealed that Jubilee is insisting on having Raila on the ballot as their vote allocation algorithm was only with a scenario where Raila participated.

Raila withdrew from the race and announced that without bare minimum reforms he demanded, there will be no elections.

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