Raila Odinga demands new poll in 90 days

Nasa chief Raila Odinga and residents of Kawangware after attending a service at Gatina PAG Church on October 29, 2017. Mr Odinga said he was not planning to quit politics. EVANS HABIL | NATION

What you need to know:

  • Mr Odinga said President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto had lost the mandate of talking on behalf of Kenyans following the low turnout in the repeat election, which Nasa boycotted.
  • Mr Odinga said Nasa’s call on Kenyans to boycott the October 26 election was successful and had denied Jubilee the mandate to lead the country.
  • Mr Odinga said Jubilee leaders had failed to lower poverty levels and improve the living standards of Kenyans.

The National Super Alliance was on Sunday rooting for a new presidential election in 90 days even as its leader Raila Odinga told off those demanding his retirement from politics.


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