He said it was shameful for the President to insult him yet his father Jaramogi Odinga respected his father Mzee Jomo Kenyatta.
“It is high time President Kenyatta learned to respect his elders as he i a symbol of national unity based on the office he holds. I respect him as my younger brother and he should replicate that.”
His sentiments were echoed by senators Orengo and Outa who reiterated that Nasa will not let the country hold the polls if IEBC fails to address their demands.
Governor Rasanga said the elections in August were not free and fair and wondered why the IEBC was reluctant to open its servers.
He renewed calls for secession should the Jubilee administration rig the fresh polls.
The governor called on the residents to turn out in large numbers for the fresh election, saying only 82 percent of voters turned up for the one one held last month.
“We will not accept to be pushed around by Jubilee by their continued doctoring of election results. We call on the IEBC to deliver credible elections,” Mr Rasanga said.
Mr Orengo hit out at Attorney-General Githu Muigai over claims President Kenyatta will continue serving as Head of State should the country not have fresh polls within 60 days as ordered by the Supreme Court.
“After 60 days President Kenyatta will cease being the President and the Attorney-General must stop misleading Kenyans on that. He should stop reading a Chinese Constitution,” Mr Orengo said.
Mr Outa promised they will not cry foul like in the past, promising that Nasa will deal with electoral offenders in the coming polls.
“IEBC should be diligent enough and address Nasa’s demands as that is the only way of providing Kenyans with free, fair and credible elections,” Mr Outa said.
Ugenya MP Chris Karan joined in the calls to have Mr Chiloba removed from office.
The MP threatened to lead the push to oust Mr Chiloba from office if he does not leave honourably.
Gem MP Elisha Odhiambo said that IEBC should have opened its servers, claiming that Jubilee lost in August and they will lose again in October.