Opposition alliance NASA has asked President Uhuru Kenyatta to stop acting like he won legitimately in the August 8th general election.
In a statement by NASA campaign manager Musalia Mudavadi, the coalition told Uhuru to desist from making utterances that suggest he won the election legitimately and that they have a petition challenging his victory at the Supreme Court.
Nasa accused Uhuru of declaring himself winner during the swearing in ceremony of Bomet Governor Joyce Laboso and asked him to wait for the court's verdict.
“This characterization of the results of the contest is disturbing but hardly surprising. The President and his Jubilee team are suffering from an acute legitimacy deficit and are clutching at every straw to acquire it”, they said.
“The Jubilee fraudulent win in all races is not synonymous with winning the presidency."
Mudavadi said Nasa will prove in the court that Uhuru's win was computer generated.
In a sworn affidavit in response to Raila Odinga's petition at the Supreme Court, Uhuru dismissed NASA's petition saying that Jubilee's majority win in the bicameral Parliament proves he won fair and square.
“As Jubilee, we have about 27 governors, the majority...we have about 28 senators, a majority...we have 31 woman representatives...we have about 170 MPs, again a majority,” .
Nasa through the statement, however, dismissed the Presidents argument.
"The number of governor and parliamentary seats cannot be compared with presidential votes since NASA as a coalition had multiple candidates whose combined votes were more than those of winning Jubilee candidates."