Opposition Chief Raila Odinga on Sunday accused President Uhuru Kenyatta of addressing the nation "while under the influence of alcohol" moments after the Supreme Court nullified his victory on Friday.
Speaking during a rally in Mathare, the former Prime Minister said that, by doing so, President Uhuru Kenyatta lacked respect for the electorate and Kenyans at large.
The Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader said that the head of state should have sobered up before calling for a press briefing to address Kenyans.
" Uhuru angewacha pombe ikwishe kwa akili (Uhuru should have sobered up first)" Raila stated.
"When you are President, you don't go to address your electorate under the influence of alcohol. It's highly disrespectful for President Kenyatta to address the Nation while drunk," he added.
The National Super Alliance leader further took a swipe at the President for attacking the judiciary adding that "the President and his deputy were not above the law".
"Kenya is not your property, you cannot force Kenyans to do what you want," Odinga noted.
Raila maintained that the journey to lead his supporters to Cannan was unstoppable and that in November, they would reach the promised land.
Co-principals Kalonzo Musyoka , Moses Wetangula and Musalia Mudavadi accompanied Raila in their first rally since the Supreme Court ruling nullifying the re-election of President Kenyatta.