The National Super Alliance leaders on Sunday transversed section of Nairobi County.
The leaders led by NASA presidential candidate Raila Odinga, his running mate Kalonzo Musyoka and Senator Moses Wetangula addressed their supporters in roadside rallies at Kangemi Flyover, Kangemi Social Hall, 56, Stage 2, 46 and Congo.
In their speeches, the leaders maintained their stand that there will be no elections until their irreducible minimums to reform the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) are met and effected.
The NASA leaders also said they will be occupying IEBC offices at Anniversary Towers with peaceful demonstrations from Tuesday to evict the IEBC officials who got involved in rigging the August 8 presidential election in favour of Jubilee’s Uhuru Kenyatta.
They called on the residents to come out on Tuesday for the anti-IEBC demonstration at Anniversary Towers to demand for the resignation of IEBC officials who bungled the August election.
NASA does not want Dubai based firm Al Ghurair to print the ballot papers in repeat poll. The NASA leaders also wants IEBC to revoke its tender with IT firm Safran Morpho.
Among the IEBC officials that NASA wants out before repeat election is held include Abdi Guliye, Molu Boya, Ezra Chiloba (CEO), Marijan Hussein Marijan, Betty Nyabuto, James Muhati, Immaculate Kassait, Praxedes Tororey, Moses Kipkogey, Sidney Namulungu (in charge of Kisii County where fake Forms were used to declare results), Nancy Kariuki ( in charge of Mombasa County where fake Forms were used to declare results) and Silas Rotich (in charge of Nakuru County where fake Forms were used to declare results).
The leaders thanked the residents for voting NASA in the August polls and asked them to do the same overwhelmingly in repeat presidential election.
Former Kakamega County Senator Bony Khalwale, Elizabeth Ongoro, MPs Ken Okoth (Kibra), Simba Arati (Dagoreti North), Tim Wanyonyi ( Westlands), George Aladwa (Makadara) , Babu Owino (Emabakasi East), John Mbadi (Suba), Chris Wamalwa ( Kimilili), Nairobi Women Representative Esther Passaris, Steve Mbogo among others were in the caravan.