NASA has unveiled a four-point plan “to rectify mistakes” Jubilee has made if they win the August 8 elections.
The opposition party has said it will clear all loans acquired by Jubilee, expand the democratic space, strengthen the constitution and build all sectors of the economy.
The party leaders have also assured that they will work together as they head towards the polls.
“We came together as leaders to work hand-in-hand with Kenyans and my brother in Wiper Kalonzo Musyoka is not going anywhere despite all Jubilee is promising him,” Raila Odinga said on Friday. He was speaking at a NASA rally in Mathare.
He said they will set up a parallel tallying centre to ensure Jubilee does not rig the elections.
The ODM leader challenged President Uhuru Kenyatta to be honest on his development record and accused him of lying in his State of the Nation address.
“I swear by my God, Kenya only has 500 kilometres of tarmac roads. The figure they are giving us of 10,000 kilometres is from here (Nairobi) to Rome,” Raila said.
Raila warned Uhuru against inciting people with remarks about the ICC post election violence cases, saying the narrative cannot work in 2017.