The National Super Alliance (NASA) has announced that it will communicate on its way forward regarding the concluded General Election at the appropriate time.
Speaking on Saturday on behalf of the Alliance, outgoing Machakos Senator Johnson Muthama urged their supporters to remain out of harm's way awaiting the communication.
The Opposition leaders maintained that the polls were bungled adding that they were determined to put an end to what they termed as regular rigging.
The NASA team accused the police of using excessive force to calm the protests being witnessed in various areas in Kisumu and Nairobi's Mathare and Kibera areas.
According to the NASA, close to a hundred people had been shot including 10 children during the chaos which erupted on Friday night.
They further showcased dozens of bullet casings which they claimed had been collected from one area of Kibera estate where police have been engaging in running battles with the youth for the better part of the day.
Flanked by other Opposition leaders including Siaya Senator James Orengo, Muthama affirmed that the Alliance was ready and capable of ensuring that their supporters' votes count.
On his part, Orengo accused the IEBC of failing the country since it did not address the issues raised by the Coalition adding that the electoral body announced the results following pressure from the executive.