Siaya County has become the first National Super Alliance-leaning county to adopt a motion denouncing Uhuru Kenyatta's Presidency.
The County Assembly on Wednesday adopted the motion tabled by Central Sakwa Member of County Assembly (MCA) Johannes Andiego and members unanimously agreed to push for "secession of the region from oppressive regimes".
Andiego said the declaration of Uhuru Kenyatta as President-elect in October 26th repeat election does not reflect the will of majority of Kenyans.
"Uhuru cannot be vested with sovereign powers of the public since he is not legitimately elected by all the people in the 47 counties," he noted.
Andiego noted that Jubilee has "perfected the act of subverting the constitution by using draconian laws...to forcefully rule the public".
"In our view, the August 8th and October 26 elections were invalid, null and void and no government was formed following the negligible voter turnout," he said.
Central Alego MCA Leonard Oriaro said time for marginalized areas to redeem themselves from autocratic regime had come. "It is time for us to break the chains of the autocratic regime to ensure progressive revolution for our people," he said, adding Kenya is in an "autocratic dispensation cycle".
On his part, Siaya County Assembly Speaker George Okode vowed to push for the adoption of the recommendations in the motion and ensure Siaya residents re-claim what is legally theirs.