Raila Odinga Hits At Judiciary, IEBC For Accountability

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Raila Odinga has questioned the criteria used by the Judiciary in arriving at the verdict as he points out the need for reforming IEBC as an institution
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The long torturous silence by Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Coalition Party leader Raila Odinga ended after he spoke when he jetted back into the country to attend the swearing-in ceremony of Governor Abdulswammad Nassir.

The Azimio Leader took the moment to blow jabs at the Judiciary for action that unanimously validated Ruto’s win.

An act he referred to as a dictator-like move of imposing its findings on Kenyans as he called on his supporters to await the detailed verdict, which is set to be made public by the Supreme Court.

Further threatening the judiciary for having failed to meet the objectivity needed especially considering the matter that was at hand in reference to the petition and evidence issued to the apex court.

“The ruling was judicial thuggery and we will not allow these types of things. We will not allow the judiciary to become a dictator. We can lead a one million march to the judiciary and tell them to go home. We have a right as a people to not agree with bad rulings,” Raila explained.

Raila revealed that he had gone to Zanzibar on a holiday with his family as he needed to recuperate from the loss witnessed earlier.

“I came this morning from Zanzibar and arrived late than expected. I was not able to be with you at the swearing-in (of Abdulswamad), but here I am. I went to recuperate in Zanzibar. I took my wife, children, and grandchildren out of the shock they got,” he stated.

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He took the moment to congratulate the governors of Mombasa and Kakamega for their wins in the respective seats. As he also attacked the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) for claims of intentionally postponing the Mombasa gubernatorial election to manipulate the election. 

Raila called for a need to institute reforms in the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC).

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