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Babu Owino tells NASA supporters to ensure no ballot papers and boxes enter polling stations during election

By Fay Ngina | Oct 24th 2017 | 1 min read

Embakasi East Member of Parliament Babu Owino during a National Super Alliance (NASA) rally in Gusii Stadium-Kisii, told NASA supporters that they should ensure ballot papers and boxes do not enter the polling stations during the October 26 repeat presidential poll.

Babu Owino also told off the International Community telling them that colonialism ended a long time ago.

“This goes out to the International Community, they should know that colonialism ended a long time ago. They should not bring their nonsense to Kenya. To Kenyan citizens don’t vote on October 26, ensure that the ballot papers and the ballot boxes do not enter the polling stations,” said Babu Owino.

According to NASA leader Raila Odinga, IEBC anti-demos will continue today and tomorrow to ensure that no election will take place on Thursday October 26.

Raila Odinga said that they do not have faith in the IEBC to conduct a free fair and credible election stating that former IEBC Commissioner Roselyn Akombe resigned for the same reasons.

President Uhuru Kenyatta however said that they are ready for the election during his meeting with Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) Chairman Wafula Chebukati on Tuesday 23 October.

President Uhuru accompanied by his deputy William Ruto said that the IEBC should do its job to conduct the elections.

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