NASA Leader Raila Odinga Asks Kenyans to Boycott Work on Monday 14th August 2017

  • National Super Alliance (NASA) Presidential candidate Raila Odinga has today addressed his first rally after losing the elections.

    Addressing his supporters at Kamukunji grounds in Kibera, Odinga asked his supporters to boycott work on Monday, August 14th, 2017  because Jubilee had stolen their victory and was killing innocent Kibera people.

    "As we mourn Kenyans killed by Jubilee mandated death squads, let's observe tomorrow as a day of mourning for the fallen patriots. Do not go to work tomorrow," Odinga stated.

    The Opposition Leader explained that he had predicted the rigging but the government ignored his sentiments adding that Jubilee will fall.

    He further noted that he would announce the way forward on Tuesday.

    Siaya Senator James Orengo on his part asked Kibera residents to avoid buying the Nation newspaper and watching NTV as they were not "covering police killings which had occurred in the region".

    "Kenyan media is biased. We are relying on international media. Do not buy Nation Newspapers or watch NTV," he stated.

    The Senator called on the police to leave Kibera and stop killing innocent civilians who were only fighting for justice.

    "All we want is justice, we want peace but peace with justice. The police should leave the people of Kibera alone," he stated.

    Mbita Member of Parliament Millie Odhiambo echoed Orengo's sentiments stating that as leaders they would no rest until Odinga was declared Kenya's President.

    "We will not rest, sleep or eat unless Mr Odinga is sworn in as president," she stated.

    The NASA Leaders are headed to Mathare where they are expected to visit and condole with the family of the 8-year-old girl, Stephane George who got shot on Saturday.