Nasa faults observers for giving polls clean bill of health
Monday August 14 2017
Kenya's National Super Alliance (NASA) opposition coalition member Musalia Mudavadi (R) speaks during a press conference, next to NASA's presidential candidate Raila Odinga (L) on August 10, 2017 in Nairobi. AFP PHOTO | TONY KARUMBA
National Super Alliance deputy chief agent James Orengo said the observers have been a great disappointment over their remarks regarding the polls.
Mr Orengo described former South African President Thabo Mbeki as a great patriot but he should have been vetted before being sent to the country.
On Thursday, Mr Mbeki commended the way the IEBC conducted the polls.
The East African Community Election Observation Mission also praised the IEBC for ensuring well-organised elections despite facing several challenges.