National Super Alliance (NASA) presidential candidate Raila Odinga says that President Uhuru is preventing him from fulfilling their campaign promises.
Raila says that Nasa is prepared to start implementing the pledges they made to Kenyans when campaigning ahead of the August 8th elections, but it has derailed after President Uhuru "stole his victory".
"We had promised to have free education effective from September 1 but the Jubilee government disrupted this. We are however, happy that God intervened through Justice (David) Maraga to give us another opportunity," Raila Odinga said while on a campaign trail in Narok on Saturday.
The Orange Democratic Movement leader insisted that they had won the nullified election. Raila maintained that the President Uhuru and his deputy William Ruto are "computer generated leaders".
"Narok voters hatched chicken chicks but when they arrived in Nairobi they were short-changed by the computer generated chicks," he added.
ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi said that President Uhuru should not use public resources in campaigns. Narok senator Ole Kina said that the region is an opposition stronghold and vowed to rally the community behind Odinga, because he has the "interests of the Maa community at heart".