By Azania Post Reporter
The leader ofr the National Super Alliance (NASA) Raila Odinga has vowed to fight to the end the electoral justice in Kenya.
Speaking in Nairobi,, Odinga said there is no turning back, though tides are rough “we need to have a complete and functioning team of ODM which correspond to the mission ahead.”
He was quoted by the Kenyan media, the Standard saying “ when times are tough and uncertain, when everything Kenyans fought for and the gains made are threatened, Kenyans look to ODM for direction and leadership.”
Raila continued to claim that the election was not free and fair, adding that it produced a very strange results.
He said while addressing ODM governing council that the election had the lowest turnout of voters ever.
He said the party is mounting a formidable challenge to the culture of sham, stolen elections with predetermined outcomes in the country.
“What has gone on since August 8 and the sham repeat election of October 26th; the crackdown on the media, civil society, Judiciary and NASA leaders have left no doubt that a dictatorship is raising its head again,” he said.