Presidential results NASA's next move after losing to Jubilee

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These are their options...

President Uhuru Kenyatta was yesterday declared the President-elect for the Republic of Kenya after garnering 8.2 million votes over his fiercest rival NASA presidential candidate Honorable Raila Odinga's 6.7 million votes.

Before the announcement was made however, NASA leaders had stormed out of a meeting with IEBC earlier on in the day, saying that the electoral body had not addressed any of their concerns adequately.

Speaking to the media at the Bomas of Kenya, Siaya senator James Orengo stated that they would only concede defeat if they are granted access to the IEBC servers.

play NASA leaders arriving at Bomas of Kenya yesterday (Courtesy)

 

"We can only accept results of the election if IEBC opens servers and are satisfied that what is in it is correct," he said.

Orengo made it clear that going to court to contest the results was definitely not an option for them this time round which leaves them with these options:

1. Opt to remain silent and let their supporters speak out for them - public court.

2. Insist that the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission listen to their demands to gain access to the IEBC servers.

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