Here is Raila Odinga's Full Statement on NASA Moving to Court to Fight Uhuru Kenyatta's ''Computer Generated'' Win

The National Super Alliance (NASA) led by Opposition leader Raila Odinga has declared they are moving to court to challenge President Uhuru Kenyatta's win in the 2017 General Election.

Here is the full statement titled: "Kenyans Say No to Computer Generated Leader" that was read by Raila at the Okoa Kenya offices in Lavington, Nairobi.

My fellow Kenyans,

For the third straight election in a row, the voice of the people has been stilled, and for the third time in a decade, the candidate who lost the election has been declared President. 

This year, Kenyans excitedly voted in a peaceful election that even the most democratic nations in the world would have been proud of. But this democratic promise abruptly evaporated when those who wield power clung to their old, no-holds-barred script of rejecting the people’s democratic will and holding on to their rule by whatever means. 

Once the polls closed last Tuesday, the IEBC began streaming so-called provisional presidential results not backed by Form 34As as required by law. Yesterday, IEBC CEO Ezra Chiloba finally made the stunning admission that the Commission was not able to supply all Form34As yet. This means that both the provisional and final results announced last week are null and void and that Uhuru Kenyatta was not lawfully declared winner. 

From the start, the IEBC was illegally releasing unverified results to create the expectation of an Uhuru Kenyatta victory. This was the equivalent of guaranteeing violence if the final verified results indicated Uhuru had lost. 

Then there was the bizarre phenomenon of Uhuru Kenyatta’s “lead” staying at around a consistent 11 percent throughout the release of the “results!” surprisingly, this same pattern also occurred in many gubernatorial races across the country. 

Such a fixed margin has never been maintained throughout any democratic election anywhere in the world. But it happened here because an algorithm had been introduced to rig the outcome. It happened in full view of all our people and all the election observers. 

Then finally, at midnight last Friday, we saw the IEBC ...
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