National Super Alliance (NASA) has issued a 72-hour ultimatum to the Director of Public Prosecution (DPP) to prosecute, Davis Chirchir, the President Kenyatta’s chief agent.
The opposition alliance allege that Chirchir infiltrated Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission's servers illegally to manipulate results during the August 8th election in favor of President Uhuru.
In a letter to DPP Keriako Tobiko, Nasa says it would institute private prosecution of Chirchir should he fail to commence investigations o the former Cabinet Secretary.
Through lawyer Anthony Oluoch, Nasa said the Jubilee Chief agent connived with some senior workers at the telecommunication giant Safaricom to commit punishable electoral offences.
Raila has now demanded that the mobile services provider be blocked from providing network coverage for the repeat presidential election set for October 26th.
Earlier, the former Prime Minister threatened to call for a boycott of products from companies he alleges took part in rigging August 8th poll.
"We are considering beginning a period of economic boycott of products and corporations that are working against the interest of Kenyans," Raila said in a media briefing last week.