Monday, December 31, 2007
ELECTORAL COMMISSION OF KENYA BREAKS RANKS AND DISAGREES OVER RESULTS
With the electoral commission having broken ranks and disagreed over the General election results, it only makes sense for those results to be nullified and another independent, credible, and internationally respected body to take over from them. It also means that we do not have official results from the just concluded General election. In that case, it is only logical that Mwai Kibaki steps down, otherwise he is now in office illegally! He does not have the mandate of anyone, not even the Electoral Commission of Kenya. The law of Kenya is very clear on what should happen in the absence of an elected president.
Thank God the US has come to her senses and "effectively retracted a statement from Washington that had congratulated Mr Kibaki on his victory by releasing a statement from its Nairobi embassy expressing concern about “serious problems experienced during the vote counting process”.