NASA Senator Reveals The Law They Will Use to Make Raila President

  • National Super Alliance (NASA) Senator Cleophas Malala has revealed the law that the Opposition coalition will use to make Raila Odinga the President of Kenya.

    Addressing youth in Kakamega on Thursday, the Senator disclosed that the recently passed amendments to the election laws could provide a means to swearing-in Mr Odinga.

    “We shall keep this rogue government on its toes. I assure you that what Jubilee lawyers are advising the government is complete nonsense. They will be surprised because it looks like they have forgotten what their MPs recently passed in Parliament in our absence.

    "They allowed any judge to swear in the President and we may be forced to remind them the same at the right time,” he conveyed.

    [caption caption="Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala"][/caption]

    He warned Jubilee against swearing in President Uhuru Kenyatta as this would cause a counter-reaction from the opposition coalition.

    "Kenyatta’s legitimacy remains questionable since he went to polls alone and ran against himself.

    “The Jubilee government’s actions are dangerous to any leadership. I am cautioning them that what they are doing out of anger would cost them dearly,” he added.

    Earlier in October, a group of NASA leaders had threatened that if IEBC declared President Kenyatta the winner, they would go ahead and swear in Odinga as well.

    Led by Siaya Senator James Orengo, the NASA leaders noted that they would not recognize Kenyatta’s victory adding that the repeat presidential elections were not credible and did not meet the required standards. 

    "We will shock them. They will know that you can have power and the guns, but you cannot rule over a people that have refused to obey your leadership. We will use August 8 results to swear NASA presidential candidate Raila Odinga if Uhuru Kenyatta tries to use October 26 poll results to be sworn in,” Orengo stated. 

    [caption caption="NASA leader Raila Odinga, Kakamega Governor Wycliffe Oparanya and Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala"][/caption]