In a tweet, DP Ruto laughed off at the former Prime Minister's speech from the US adding that the Opposition Chief went to the US to "scuttle the possibility of a son of a peasant from being elected president".
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"NASA set up National Resistance Movement to push for peaceful dialogue on critical issues facing," he conveyed.
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He maintained that the October 26th repeat election was not credible adding that IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati had confessed the same days before the polls were held.
"Electoral commission chairman, Mr Chebukati publicly confessed that he could not guarantee a free and fair election 8 days to the fresh poll," he stated. He blasted foreign envoys in the country for 'supporting a flawed process" adding that the International community should engage and assist in solving the current crisis.
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Mr Odinga further revealed that the Supreme Court judges were threatened before they could hear a case whether the repeat elections could proceed, causing a lack of quorum during the hearing and eventually the postponement of the case.