Opposition chief Raila Odinga has called on President Uhuru Kenyatta to resign following the "sham election" on August 8th.
Speaking at a press briefing at Okoa Kenya offices in Lavington, Nairobi on Friday, Raila asked the President to save the people of Kenya from a repeat of elections by relinquishing his seat.
"Uhuru and Jubilee should resign and let Kenyans move on. Everything is now clear...he lost," the ODM leader told a press conference. "If I were Uhuru I would just resign and leave this thing. Must you impose yourself on the people of Kenya? Now he is trying to buy individuals," he said. "We urge Jubilee to do the right thing."
He further assured that National Super Alliance (NASA) was ready for discussions with IEBC, when they get ready. Raila added that he will only attend a meeting with the electoral commission if President Uhuru commits to attend. "I will attend the meeting only if the Jubilee candidate will be attending. NASA is ready for any discussion," Raila said.
The NASA principal further alleged that IEBC commissioners' lives were in danger. "They are receiving emails threatening their lives. They are in a dangerous situation."
On Thursday, Raila said Jubilee leaders belong in jail for colluding to rig the August 8th elections. "Shame on you. You should not be standing in front of people and chest-thumping that you won the elections," Raila told the President Uhuru. "You did not win. Allow Kenyans to elect their leaders. You [Uhuru Kenyatta] and DP William Ruto are a big shame."