Kenya Main Opposition Party, NASA Leaders Accused John Jerry, Thabo Mbeki Other Foreign Election Observers Of Having Questionable Relationship With Leadership Of The Country 

The Kenya main opposition party leaders has accused John Jerry, Thabo Mbeki and other foreign election observers of having questionable relationship with president Uhuru.James Oregon NASA during briefing 

Following the Preliminary results by the electoral commission which shows incumbent President Uhuru Kenyatta leading main opposition Raila Odinga 54% to 45% with more than 98% of polling stations reporting.

The International observers which includes AU, EU, UN, Commonwealth etc through their leaders like John Kerry and Thabo of the AU had described the election as free and fair, also urged candidates in the race to respect the final outcome and resolve any poll disputes in court.AU observers Chair Thabo & John Jerry 

The party’s legal adviser James Oregon during a press briefing while walking out of the main tally centre of the IEBC said,
“We are not going to part of any results IEBC are planning to announce. They said we should settle any dispute in court but we also have no plans to do that.

“AU should have known that Thabo has relationship with the leadership of this country.” he added.

He also pointed out that including John Kerry and other election observers favor the ruling party.

Election officials were expected to release final results on Friday, with many in the country anxious at the possibility of post-election violence.

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