Jubilee supporters in UK camp outside Chatham House to protest against Raila


Jubilee supporters living in the United Kingdom (UK) on Thursday camped outside the Chatham House, where NASA presidential candidate Raila Odinga was delivering a lecture on October 12.

The supporters sang and chanted pro-Jubilee slogans and asked Kenyans living in the Britain to vote for President Uhuru Kenyatta.

Odinga supporters living in the US, in September staged protests in New York where they called for IEBC CEO Ezra Chiloba to resign.

The former Prime Minister withdrew his candidature from the October 26 presidential polls saying that the commission was not prepared.

IEBC has refuted NASA claims saying that they have put to consideration the opposition’s ‘irreducible minimum’ demands.

They have however maintained Safaricom and the Al Ghurair ballot printing firm.

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