Supporters of the NASA (National Super Alliance) thronged different towns in celebration after the Supreme Court ruling that nullified President Uhuru Kenyatta’s re-election on Friday.
Police officers had a hard time dispersing the crowds that were chanting NASA slogans and praising Maraga for the landmark ruling.
Others went to the extent of removing their clothes running, chanting and shouting NASA slogans to celebrate Raila’s victory.
NASA leader Raila Odinga launched an onslaught against the IEBC following the nullification.
Raila declared that the National Super Alliance (NASA) will not go to the polls with the current secretariat of IEBC, even as he attacked the international community for legitimising an ‘electoral fraud’.
The former Prime Minister hailed the Supreme Court decision to invalidate the presidential election.
“It is now clear that the entire edifice of IEBC is rotten. Clear evidence shows that the commission was taken over by criminals who ran the General Election using the technology system and resulted in a computer-generated leadership for the people,” he said.
Among the people Raila said worked with the Government to deny NASA victory in the polls and insisted that they must go include IEBC CEO Ezra Chiloba, Immaculate Kassait (Director of Voter Registration), Abdi Yakub Guliye (Commissioner in charge of ICT), Praxidis Tororey (Head of Legal Affairs), Betty Nyabuto (Deputy CEO) and John Muhati (IT Director).
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