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Why all NASA principals should accompany Raila in today's major announcement

2017-08-16T10:41:18.727+0000 Rachael Atieno

NASA leader Raila Odinga, during a past media briefing. [Photo|Raila Odinga]

Wednesday's major announcement by the NASA leader Raila Odinga, is scheduled for 2:30 pm.

An update from the coalition, indicated that the highly anticipated announcement would take place at the Okoa Kenya Offices, a day after it was postponed.

The announcement was postponed, from Tuesday August 15, with Nasa co-principal Musalia Mudavadi apologising to the public.

Raila is set to make the announcement, accompanied by fellow principals, Kalonzo Musyoka, Mudavadi, Moses Wetangula and Isaac Ruto.

Others expected during the announcement include James Orengo, Johnson Muthama, among other Nasa key officials.

Analysts say all the principals are expected to be present, so as to erase possible rumours, that Raila could be left alone, after the defeat.

Raila gave a sneak preview of what he would say, few days ago, after he alleging that president elect Uhuru Kenyatta, stole his victory in the August 8 polls.

Below is Raila's sneak preview.

“We will show the kind of charade the whole world has been treated to, and will reveal compelling evidences on Tuesday. The commission had little choice but to falsify the results because it was “under metaphorical gunpoint” from the president’s camp. With the experience of what happened to Chris Msando they were very frightened,”

It is not about me. It’s not about Raila Odinga,. I’m not going to be a candidate again, We just want Kenyans to know what happened, what the whole world is not understanding is happening.

There’s no point people going to elections in the future, queuing for hours to vote, or running around for months campaigning. At the end of the day it’s the computer in the national tallying centre that’s making the decisions. Jubilee have spilt the blood of innocent people..,”

Raila Odinga."

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