NASA wants to derail August poll, Jubilee now claims

NASA wants to derail August poll, Jubilee now claims
  • Jubilee accuses NASA of mounting a series of legal challenges to discredit IEBC from conducting August poll
  • Ruling Coalition claims NASA has sensed defeat and wants to disrupt every electoral process

The Jubilee Party now claims that the National Supper Alliance (NASA) is keen in derailing august through a series of legal challenges in court.

In a statement issued last evening and signed by Jubilee Secretariat head Raphael Tuju, Majority Leader Aden Duale and Chief Whip Katoo Ole Metito, the party accused NASA of sensing defeat hence wants to disrupt the process.

“Opposition leaders have made a series of damaging allegations designed to weaken public faith in the IEBC and called into question credibility of the vote,” read part of the statement.

“The accusation that there is now no time to conduct a fair election in August has been carefully planned by opposition. Were it to be true, it would be a situation resulting directly from CORD’s deliberate actions that were specifically aimed at destabilizing every IEBC process to date,” further reads the statement.

READ ALSO:Jubilee worried by Nasa’s ‘closeness to IEBC’

Jubilee accused the opposition that so far they have succeeded in blocking the procurement of voting technology and ballot papers, mounted legal challenges against the appointment of KPMG to scrutinise voter register.

“The accusation that there is now no time to conduct fair election in August has been carefully planned by the opposition. Were it to be true, it would a situation resulting directly from CORD and now NASA’s deliberate actions that were specifically aimed at destabilizing every IEBC process to date,” reads the statement.

 

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