Opposition National Super Alliance (NASA) leader Raila Odinga on Friday held a session with diplomats from the United States, United Kingdom and European Union, where they discussed repeat presidential election related matters ahead of the October 26th vote.
"We exchanged views on the country's political situation which proved to be very fruitful," Raila said via Facebook page.
The Orange Democratic Movement leader was accompanied by his chief campaigner Musalia Mudavadi and Siaya Senator James Orengo at the meeting held at his Capitol hill office in Nairobi.
"NASA appreciates the keen interest that the US, EU and UK have taken in the Kenyan electoral process," the NASA leader said.
The envoys were led by Ambassador Robert Godec (US) and Chief Observer of EU Monitoring Kenya Marietje Schaake.
After the August 8th election, diplomats had mounted pressure on Raila to accept defeat following the declaration of President Uhuru Kenyatta as the winner of the presidential poll by 1.4 million votes. International observers gave the poll a clean bill of health, saying it was largely fair, but the former Prime Minister disputed the results, saying it was rigged.
Raila lodged a petition at the Supreme Court and the results were overturned by the Supreme Court citing irregularities and illegalities in the conducting of the poll.
EU in a statement said that an examination on 1,558 randomly selected scanned polling station results forms from 82 constituencies found that a percentage of them were unreadable, others had mathematical mistakes, and others were missing data or signatures.