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Mandago's advise that'll see NASA send Uhuru back to Gatundu

2017-09-13T16:02:57.992+0000 Riziki Hamadi

Uasin Gishu Governor Jackson Mandago campaigns at a past rally. [Photo|Jackson Mandago]

Uasin Gishu Governor Jackson Mandago has advised the National Super Alliance (Nasa), to stop issuing conditions about what should be done to the IEBC, before participating in the October 17 presidential election.

Instead, Mandago wants the Raila Odinga-led party to visit interior places and villages across the country, to campaign.

The Jubilee governor who is serving his second term, slammed Nasa following threats that it would not participate in the fresh poll if some IEBC staff, led by CEO Ezra Chiloba were not dismissed and charged over a bungled August 8 election, where the Supreme Court nullified presidential election.

"I am telling this Nasa people to stop issuing threats and conditions that they will not participate in the presidential election if what they want is not met. They should go campaign so as to be able to face us," said Mandago.

He noted that Nasa leaders were good at holding press and media conferences in Nairobi, instead of conducting campaigns, a move that would see Jubilee beat them.

"If they don't go out to campaign, we will beat them again. They are always busy with press conferences in Nairobi. Jubilee is campaigning. Go out and campaign, or else we will beat you with over four million votes," added Mandago, Tuesday, while speaking in his county as he campaigned for Jubilee Party's presidential election.

Jubilee's president Uhuru Kenyatta would face Nasa presidential candidate Raila Odinga in the election, which Nasa has warned that it will boycott, if IEBC CEO Ezra Chiloba and a listed team, are not dismissed from the agency and charged over a bungled August 8 election.

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