National Super Alliance (NASA) leader Raila Odinga has revealed that the presidential ballot papers for the fresh presidential election were printed in the country.
Speaking in Trans Nzoia County on Sunday, the opposition leader claimed that the ballot papers had been printed and already marked in what was Jubilee’s new scheme to steal the election.
“The ballot papers have already been printed secretly in Nairobi and we have evidence that the election which is going to be held on Thursday is a sham,” he stated.
He maintained that there would be no elections on October 26th as they were already rigged.
Later in the day, he addressed a rally at Matisi Centre in Kitale, where he called on his supporters to participate in demonstrations two days before the set poll date.
“There will be countrywide demonstrations on Tuesday and Wednesday. Then on Thursday No Elections,” he proclaimed.
Earlier on Saturday, the Opposition leader announced that he would not recognize a win by President Uhuru Kenyatta if he is re-elected in the October 26th election.
Speaking during an interview with the Nation, Mr Odinga also noted that if President Kenyatta is declared the winner he will not move to the Supreme Court to challenge his re-election.
According to the former Prime Minister, challenging the results at the highest court of the land would be a waste of time and resources.
“Filing a petition will be a waste of time. As far as we are concerned, this is not an election. Therefore, it is not a legal matter but a political one which must be dealt with as such.
“You heard Chebukati say that he cannot deliver a credible poll. In fact, he said he can’t guarantee a fair one. Under such circumstances, even without addressing the issues we raised before, who would in their right frame of mind, agree to participate in such an exercise?” Odinga posed.