Jubilee Working With IEBC To Frustrate Okoa Kenya – CORD
The Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD) is questioning how Jubilee lawmakers Aden Duale and Johnson Sakaja knew signatures they collected for the Okoa Kenya push were allegedly “fake and inadequate.”
CORD co-principal Kalonzo Musyoka says it is curious how the leaders claim to know such details, yet they are not custodians of the signatures.
The coalition says the allegations are proof that Jubilee and the Independent Electoral Boundaries Commission are working together, and see a sinister motive to frustrate their initiative.
The Coalition has called on the IEBC and Jubilee to respect the rights of Kenyans adding that IEBC should practice its independence.