BY SIMIYU SIMIYU
The opposition National Super Alliance (NASA) has accused the Jubilee Party led by Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria of transporting members of the outlawed Mungiki sect to their demos today.
Addressing the media at the Anniversary Towers minutes ago, NASA leaders led by Suba MP John Mbadi have claimed that Hon Moses Kuria chaired the Mungiki meeting yesterday at night where the sect allegedly laid plot to disrupt NASA’s anti-IEBC demos today.
“We have intelligence that Hon Moses Kuria chaired the meeting yesterday to plan their disruption today,” said the ODM chairman.
“Their aim is to plant disruption in our crowds to justify the impending police attacks on our supporters.”
On Sunday, NASA leader Raila Amollo Odinga announced that the coalition would stage peaceful demos towards the Interim Electoral and Bounderies Commission’s headquarters at Anniversary Towers to force the top IEBC officials to resign.
The coalition also used the presser to demand for the reinstation of security details to NASA principals including those of Hon Raila, his running mate Kalonzo Musyoka and Senate Minority Leader Moses Wetang’ula.
“We are also demanding for the return of the security details belonging to our principals. If something happens to them, we shall hold President Uhuru Kenyatta responsible for this.” Said Mr Mbadi.
NASA has accused the electoral body of bungling the August 8 election that President Uhuru Kenyatta emerged the winner.
However, NASA successfully filed a petition at the Supreme Court and the election was nullified.
Among the injustices the apex Court found were illegalities and irregularities committed by the electoral body while conducting the election are failure by IEBC to scrutinise all the forms 34B and several unsigned forms whose figures the IEBC illegally tallied.
Mr Odinga has made it clear that the Opposition will not participate in the fresh election within the current IEBC who mishandled election still in office.
The said peaceful demos have already started in parts of Kisumu County and Nairobi.
Security is on high alert in most parts of the country.
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