National Super Alliance (Nasa) says that it has so far collected Sh20 million as supporters continue to buy their "tickets to Canaan".
The public fundraising appeal through M-Pesa paybill initiative was unveiled by Nasa leader Raila Odinga and his running mate Kalonzo Musyoka last week.
“Whether you donated Sh20 or Sh20,000 or Sh2 million, you are now plugged into the journey to bring electoral justice and accountability to Kenya. Your cents have become Sh20 million,” said Musalia Mudavadi, Nasa’s head of national campaign.
The ANC party leader said nearly half of the donations were received from small donors, giving Sh1000 or less, adding that this indicates that Nasa is in the middle of a truly inclusive and people driven campaign.
Mudavadi called on supporters to continue making financial support saying that the campaign it has embarked on is going to be long and costly.
Mudavadi said that Nasa was competing against an opponent that has unfettered access to State resources and big businesses.
“We are more than 10 million strong. If each one of us sent one shilling, that would automatically translate into Sh10 million,” Mr Mudavadi added.