"Tumbocrats' will not help you win", Raila tells Uhuru

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The National Super Alliance flagbearer Raila Odinga took campaigns in Western Kenya on Sunday where he took on president Uhuru Kenyatta discrediting him as unworthy.

Speaking in Mumias after a church service at ACK Mumias Diocese, the former premier said that Uhuru is desperate and he is seeking the help of political loosers who were rejected by the electorates on August 8.

He lashed out at the Western Kenya leaders defected to Jubilee as 'tumbocrats' who are after their selfish interests.

The NASA leader pointed them out; former Vihiga governor Moses Akaranga, former Funyula MP Paul Otuoma, former MPs Ababu Namwamba(Budalangi), Alfred Khangati(Kanduyi) and former speaker Kenneth Marende.

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He cautioned the Head of state against verbal attack on the judiciary after the Supreme Court overturned his victory in the August 8 election.

Mr Odinga vehemently swiped the Jubilee government on their move to amend the electoral laws which he termed it unconstitutional and be called upon church leaders to promote democracy.

The opposition leader said he is ready and willing for a rerun if only the officials at IEBC who bungled the recent election are ejected from office.

Mr Odinga was accompanied by co-principal Musalia Mudavadi, senator Moses Wetangula and other NASA leaders. He addressed a rally at Nabongo grounds and Shianda in Mumias before heading to Busia county

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 Senator Wetangula took a swipe on Jubilee saying that they will use a mass action to prevent proposed amendments by the the Jubilee legislators.

He said that the only language Jubilee understands is mass demos and they are ready for it.

NASA visit to Kakamega comes barely a day after president Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy William Ruto toured the region on Saturday where they addressed Jubilee delegates at the Approved School grounds .

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