National Super Alliance (NASA) leader Raila Odinga during an interview with CNN on 27 October, said that President Uhuru Kenyatta should resign or step aside stating that there is no vote of confidence in his government.
“According to the KIEMS Kit which were biometrically used to identify the registered voters, only 3.5 million people participated in the voting yesterday (October 26); that is just about 20 per cent of the total registered voters. That shows basically that the people don’t have confidence, it is a vote of no confidence in the government of President Kenyatta. And if I were him, he would actually resign or step aside because the people have shown that they do not have confidence,” said Raila during the interview.
Raila also went ahead that they will not use violent confrontations with the government if President Uhuru is declared winner but do a peaceful resistance and no demonstrations. He also said that they will announce the measures they are going to take to enhance pressure on the government on Monday 30 October.