Many may be wondering why the Kenyan National Super Alliance (NASA) flag bearer persistently puts himself on the grinder. To others, it is too frustrating a journey for a common citizen to bear. Although this is true, the roots of the economic system and position of a country highly depend on who is in charge of the armed forces and the policy making processes. That is why for the third time in a row, Raila Odinga, Kenyan presidential opposition candidate, is disputing the general elections results citing they are a sham.
Faced with the challenge of addressing the issue of stolen voices, Odinga issued a press release today stating that this time there shall not be a cliché dubbed accept and move on. He continued to explain that the state is controlled by bandits who use impunity to preserve themselves. According to the tallies presented by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC), it is evident that credibility was not a virtue upheld by the commission. In fact, the electronic system was highly compromised according to NASA. To worsen the situation, the IEBC portal is still streaming in presidential results with Odinga’s tally constant while President Uhuru’s numbers keep shooting up.
Odinga’s statement cited that the IEBC did not issue the remaining documents known as the Form 34As. According to the commission, the forms are not readily available; this is another factor that raises eyebrows. He also added that this is a test of democracy and that the results, although announced, were a sham and there is evidence. Explaining the importance of democracy to freedom, Odinga insisted that it was shameful for international observers to participate in the election process without a keen eye to the impending details. For the sake of justice, freedom and democracy, NASA is inclined on facing the Jubilee party at the Supreme Court. The party is confident that the judicial system will be fair.