NASA’s explanation on why it filed its case at night will leave you in stitches

  • The National Super Alliance (NASA) has finally filed a petition case at the Supreme Court

  • NASA filed the petition at night, raising a myriad of questions

  • NASA politician Junet Mohamed ,through the media revealed why the alliance decided to file its case at night

The National Super Alliance (NASA),led by opposition leader Raila Odinga have finally made true of their ‘threat’ and moved to court where they filed a petition case against President elect, Uhuru Kenyatta. As reported by earlier, Raila Odinga bowed to pressure from the International community and moved to court despite the fact that he had earlier promised otherwise.

In a shocking turn of events, NASA filed their petition at night, leaving countless people with tones of questions.

NASA explains why it filed its case at night

The alliance, through their representatives on Friday, August 18, night filed a 20,000 page Presidential election petition case at the Supreme Court. While the move was lauded by millions of Kenyans, others questioned NASA’s timing.

NASA explains why it filed its case at night

Well, in a quick rejoinder, Junet Mohamed defended his team, claiming that NASA decided to file the petition at night because IEBC announced the results at night. Junet added that the Supreme Court should also deliver its ruling at night. ‘’We’re filing at night because IEBC announced results at night and Supreme Court should announce the results at night.’’Junet said while speaking to journalists outside the Supreme Court in Nairobi.

NASA lawyers and politicians arrived at the Supreme court at round 10:40 pm Friday carrying the documents and were received by court officials. They were taken through the filing process and about one hour later, Raila and his running mate and NASA co-principal Kalonzo Musyoka as well as Moses Wetangula and Musalia Mudavadi arrived with more documents amidst cheers from the waiting group.

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