RAT is NUTs But Confirms Akombe was his Mole

kwido

Village Elder
#1
Nasa leaders have toured Nyamira County, the rural home of Chief Justice David Maraga and former IEBC commissioner Roslyn Akombe, to market their opposition to the repeat presidential election due on Thursday.

Speaking at Keroka market, Nasa leader Raila Odinga termed Dr Akombe a heroine, saying she is a “brave, bright woman who outsmarted government mercenaries that were out to finish her”.

Speaker after speaker claimed that government officials had tried in vain to frustrate her and even threatened her life and that of her family.

However, Daily Nation could not verify the authenticity of the claims made by the Nasa leaders.

"Her plan was very well calculated and she moved her family and luggage ahead of the Dubai trip while tricking the rest of the IEBC commissioners that she would join them only to land in New York," said Mr Odinga.

JKIA
While revealing that he was in constant communication with the former IEBC commissioner, the Nasa leader said he had called her immediately she was detained at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport as she tried to leave the country after the August 8 polls.

"We talked and she told me that they had tried to strip her naked as they searched for any possible evidence and secrets of the annulled Presidential poll," Mr Odinga said.


He further claimed that Dr Akombe’s luggage was removed from the plane which she was about to board.

While claiming that the government’s harassment of Dr Akombe was part of the calculated plan to finish her, Mr Odinga said the former commissioner had to devise a plan that was not suspect.

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"She finally beat them in their own game when she landed in New York," he said.

The opposing leader noted that police had ignored claims of threats on her life just as it happened with the late IEBC ICT manager Chris Msando.

Dr Akombe resigned from IEBC last week in what Mr Odinga said was a move to save her name from a dirty repeat poll.

The opposition leader said they will not be hoodwinked by the step taken by IEBC CEO Ezra Chiloba to take a three-week leave from office.

“We know he has not left office and he was even there today morning at around 7am. We are not fools. They are fools thinking that we will believe Chiloba is out of office," he said.

He said Mr Chiloba and the four IEBC commissioners whom Dr Akombe mentioned as having frustrated the bid to ensure a credible poll should be arrested and prosecuted.

He said Nasa will not participate in the October 26 poll because there have been no reforms in the electoral body.

"We know Chiloba has already set the stage for rigging. We are not fools," he said.

http://www.nation.co.ke/news/politics/Akombe-outsmarted-State-agents/1064-4152058-fpbrwk/index.html
 

epoch

Village Elder
#10
nimecheka tu ati she called me from the airport and this was just after the 8th august elections enyewe baba amefunga own goal hapo
I believe is Raila who called. This is someone responsible for election. If I am a participating party I will be concerned. What about Uhunye meeting Chiloba....it is normal.
 
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Nasa leaders have toured Nyamira County, the rural home of Chief Justice David Maraga and former IEBC commissioner Roslyn Akombe, to market their opposition to the repeat presidential election due on Thursday.

Speaking at Keroka market, Nasa leader Raila Odinga termed Dr Akombe a heroine, saying she is a “brave, bright woman who outsmarted government mercenaries that were out to finish her”.

Speaker after speaker claimed that government officials had tried in vain to frustrate her and even threatened her life and that of her family.

However, Daily Nation could not verify the authenticity of the claims made by the Nasa leaders.

"Her plan was very well calculated and she moved her family and luggage ahead of the Dubai trip while tricking the rest of the IEBC commissioners that she would join them only to land in New York," said Mr Odinga.

JKIA
While revealing that he was in constant communication with the former IEBC commissioner, the Nasa leader said he had called her immediately she was detained at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport as she tried to leave the country after the August 8 polls.

"We talked and she told me that they had tried to strip her naked as they searched for any possible evidence and secrets of the annulled Presidential poll," Mr Odinga said.


He further claimed that Dr Akombe’s luggage was removed from the plane which she was about to board.

While claiming that the government’s harassment of Dr Akombe was part of the calculated plan to finish her, Mr Odinga said the former commissioner had to devise a plan that was not suspect.

NEW YORK

"She finally beat them in their own game when she landed in New York," he said.

The opposing leader noted that police had ignored claims of threats on her life just as it happened with the late IEBC ICT manager Chris Msando.

Dr Akombe resigned from IEBC last week in what Mr Odinga said was a move to save her name from a dirty repeat poll.

The opposition leader said they will not be hoodwinked by the step taken by IEBC CEO Ezra Chiloba to take a three-week leave from office.

“We know he has not left office and he was even there today morning at around 7am. We are not fools. They are fools thinking that we will believe Chiloba is out of office," he said.

He said Mr Chiloba and the four IEBC commissioners whom Dr Akombe mentioned as having frustrated the bid to ensure a credible poll should be arrested and prosecuted.

He said Nasa will not participate in the October 26 poll because there have been no reforms in the electoral body.

"We know Chiloba has already set the stage for rigging. We are not fools," he said.

http://www.nation.co.ke/news/politics/Akombe-outsmarted-State-agents/1064-4152058-fpbrwk/index.html
i wonder why a whole commissioner would call someone who is not in government to arrange for their paper work.
whatever they gave tingod in kisii was strong coz naona ile verbal diarrhea ime attack jamaa leo itabidi ame meza ORS
 

obienga

Village Elder
#16
Akombe's IEBC tenure should never have been, given this in the UN rules: "In view of the independence and impartiality that they must maintain, international civil servants, while retaining the right to vote, should not participate in political activities." On October 19, Inner City Press asked UN Spokesman Stephane Dujarric if Akombe is back working at UN DPA - no, he said - and if the UN shares her view on the October 26 election, that it cannot be credit. That's her view alone, the UN spokesman said. Video here. Now Inner City Press is exclusively informed that Kenya's Ambassador to the UN, though not disclosed Guterres' schedule, met with Guterres about Akombe, highly critically. We'll have more on this. http://www.innercitypress.com/kenya3akombe102217.html

Standards of conduct for the international civil service:
44. In view of the independence and impartiality that they must maintain, international civil servants, while retaining the right to vote, should not participate in political activities, such as standing for or holding local or national political office. This does not, however, preclude participation in local community or civic activities, provided that such participation is consistent with the oath of service in the United Nations system. It is necessary for international civil servants to exercise discretion in their support for a political party or campaign, and they should not accept or solicit funds, write articles or make public speeches or make statements to the press. These cases require the exercise of judgement and, where there is any doubt, should be referred to the executive head. http://www.un.org/en/ethics/pdf/StandConIntCivSE.pdf
 
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