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"We cannot share power with Computer generated, thieves and corrupt people." Says NASA Leader Raila Odinga

Raila Odinga addressing people in ACK St Stephens. PHOTO| Courtesy LUKE AWITI
Raila Odinga addressing people in ACK St Stephens. PHOTO| Courtesy LUKE AWITI

The NASA leader Raila Odinga dismissed claims made by their counterpart Jubilee party leaders saying that the opposition needs a coalition government.  The Opposition coalition led by Raila Odinga and Kalonzo Musyoka said that they do not trust the IEBC commissioners and they vowed to push for new commissioners before August polls.

"We want the whole thing, we will win the Presidential polls and we will win this election very early. We cannot share power with thieves," Raila stated.


Raila spoke on Sunday at the St Stephens ACK church, along Jogoo road.
The opposition leader was accompanied by his running mate Kalonzo Musyoka and other NASA leaders.


He further insisted that they will not allow the current IEBC to conduct the elections given the massive irregularities in the August poll.


"These people are not interesting to us having an election, they want a "Nusu Mkate" (Coalition government)," said DP William Ruto.


"We want to show them that it is the electorate who decides, not Maraga and a few people at the Supreme Court,' he added.


The furious President warned the Supreme court judges that after the November elections they will deal with them. The President and his deputy threatened to sack them if re-elected in November re-run elections.

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