National Super Alliance (Nasa) leader Raila Odinga has maintained that he will not succumb to internal and external pressure to "accept and move on" after the August 8th elections.
Speaking during Mombasa governor Hassan Joho's inauguration on Tuesday, the former Prime Minister unveiled a campaign he dubbed "national campaign for truth and electoral justice in Kenya".
“We have reached a point that Kenyans must wake up. Stealing of elections must stop and this was the last time,” he said at Mama Ngina Drive gardens.
“From Mombasa to the entire country, I call on Kenyans to reject a stolen poll. The way Kenyans voted should be respected by the court and those who were defeated,” he said.
He claimed local observers had put pressure on Nasa to concede defeat and insisted that they would not until justice is done.
“We shall not accept and move on so today we launch a campaign for truth and electoral justice in Kenya,” he said.
He insisted that August 8th General Election was rigged in favor President Uhuru Kenyatta and alleged that electoral commission computers were programmed to give Uhuru a 54 per cent win and some selected governors.
He said “experts in electoral fraud” were the ones supervised the tallying of votes at the national tallying centre in Bomas of Kenya and that President Uhuru Kenyatta’s votes for Mombasa county were inflated.