Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga’s CORD has threatened to storm into the offices of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) on Tuesday to collect the signature verification results for Okoa Kenya referendum.
In a letter to IEBC Chairman, Isaac Hassan, CORD warned the commission that they should have the results ready by 10 am on Tuesday or else they will never like the consequences.
This comes even as IEBC has indicated that it was yet to finish verification of signatures.
However, the Opposition led by Raila Odinga, former Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka and Moses Wetangula told the IEBC to be ready to see the other side of CORD on Tuesday, saying Kenyans can’t wait any longer.
They accused the commission of deliberately delaying the verification of Okoa Kenya signatures to frustrate CORD but not anymore.
Raila is expected to lead one million CORD supporters to IEBC offices to demand answers and has promised that things will never be the same again after Tuesday.
IEBC was expected to have finished the verification of CORD signatures two weeks ago but it has since gone quiet with no word to the Opposition which is running impatient each passing day.
The Kenyan DAILY POST