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“We will shortly move to court to challenge the outcome of the 2013 election. Let the Supreme Court decide.”
Kenya’s electoral body IEBC on Saturday announced Uhuru Kenyatta as the president-elect for East African country.
He added: “Cord will abide by rule of law and go through courts. We are not imposing ourselves on Kenyans, but let the people decide,” he further noted.
Raila said it’s clear the constitutional process of electing new leaders has been thwarted by another “tainted process.”
He gave an example of Laikipia North results which were reportedly announced on Friday yet had been unveiled earlier with diff figures.
Raila observed that the voting register was tampered with and his agents were chased from tally centres.
He also noted Kenyans witnessed failure of “every equipment deployed by IEBC” in the election exercise.
This was in reference to the vote transmission technology that collapsed during the tallying exercise.
He hailed Kenyans for turning up in large numbers to exercise their rights by participating in the election.
Raila denounced violence, saying it would “destroy this nation and serves no-one’s interests.”