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NASA Statement: “Postponement of NASA Peaceful Protests” (09.11.2017)


#NASABoycott: Kepsa – “Let’s Business do what it does best: Business” (08.11.2017)

NASA Statement: “NASA Directs Members of Parliament to Attend County Assembly Debates on People’s Assembly Motion” (08.11.2017)

NASA Statement: “Motion for County Assemblies on Creation of People’s Assembly in Kenya (07.11.2017)

26th October Elections: The Fresh Presidential Election Results will be questioned by SCOK!

The best fortress which a prince can possess is the affection of his people.”Niccolò Machiavelli

Today is the deadline day for Election Petitions against the announced results of the Fresh Presidential Election on the 26th October 2017 and the result announced on the 30th October 2017. The initial petitions that might be powerful and question the election will be the ones served by Kura Yangu Sauti Yangu (KYSY), Institute for Democratic Governance and Harun Mwau private petition.

Because this elections has been filled irregularities, the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) and their proceedings as the timeline, the nominations and all the other appointments, which can be questioned. Not only the results in mind, where you can question the registered voters, the amount of voters and the turn-out. There are so many numbers that was pulled out of the hat, that the IEBC could cook anything, horse, rats and beef at some point.

The IEBC and this petitions will have a hard time to answer the findings of KYSY, Institute for Democratic Governance and Harun Mwau. All of these petitions can show different finds and also question different parts of the Fresh Presidential Elections. There are enough breaches and codes broken that is simple to find within the Constitution of 2010. That is something the IEBC knows and should know as they have already been nullified once in 2017.

The IEBC Chairman Wafula Chebukati and CEO Ezra Chiloba should be shaken and questioned for their acts and behavior. The Internal Memo’s that has been released and come to the public view, all of them has showed their appointments, their agreements with tenders and how they have discussed the Fresh Presidential Election. Clearly, the IEBC have not done this properly.

That is why we can look with interest what the Supreme Court of Kenya will look into petitions and what they are finding, the possible breaches. All of them will be vital to prove that the recent presidential election in Kenya was a shambolic and botched event, that no-one should be promised to have won. The winner Kenyatta, should have wished he lost to Dr. Ekuru Aukot of Thirdway Alliance, since he didn’t really win and the election have no credibility. That in mind of how IEBC kept themselves in public while counting ballots and also how they forged 34A forms and 34B forms.

This time James Orengo and National Super Alliance (NASA) has not filled any petition, as they are boycotting it as they did during the polls as well. We can just await the verdicts of these or if they will dismiss them, but they will prove important steps through the protocol and expectations as those days in question has not been used as the provisions of law are saying it should be. That is why the gazetted changes and possible days ahead of 26th October can be questions as either lawful or unlawful.

We have the rights to question it, as it is easy to say that some parts of what the IEBC did and compared to the current law are open breaches, but if the Supreme Court has the same understanding. Will be told as the petition and the trials will start in the coming days. Together with the gathered evidence and possible questions it arises. Peace.

Kenya: Election Petition – “Re: Notice Access to Information pursuant to Article 35 of the Constitution of Kenya Nairobi Court of Appeal Civil Application 246 of 2017” (06.11.2017)

Kenya: NGOs Co-Ordination Board letter to KYSY and We The People – “Re: Operating without a Certificate of Registration Contrary to Section 22(1) Cap 134 Laws of Kenya” (06.11.2017)

Kura Yangu Sauti Yangu: “Kenya Election: It Still Doesn’t Add Up” (02.11.2017)

NASA Statement: “Launch of Economic Liberation Programme by National Resistance Movement of NASA” (03.11.2017)

Nairobi County: #WeThePeople – “RE: Tax Boycott by Mathare Residents” (02.11.2017)

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