National Super Alliance (NASA) Friday camped in the Nyanza region where it has taken its “no reforms no elections” campaigns.
The alliance is in Siaya where they are marking Mashujaa day by remembering victims of police brutality.
NASA leader, Raila Odinga, is leading the memorial celebration and is at 2pm expected to be in Kisumu for another rally.
Raila has withdrawn from the October 26th fresh election, saying by participating in the exercise, the party will be rubber stamping an exercise that has a predetermined outcome.
It is on this basis that he maintains there will be no election on that date, saying his supporters will be holding peaceful demonstrations to show their disapproval of the exercise.
Attempts have been made to make him and President Uhuru Kenyatta to dialogue on the way forward but so far nothing has materialized.
On Thursday Raila met IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati but maintained he is only willing to reconsider his stand if reforms are undertaken within the electoral body as indicated in NASA’s list of irreducible minimums.
Meanwhile, Odinga urged his supporters not to attack members from communities perceived to support his rival President Uhuru Kenyatta.
At a rally in Bondo to commemorate those killed in anti-IEBC protests, Raila called on supporters not to make personal the political differences between him and President Kenyatta.
Raila said he will make an announcement on the way forward on October 25. He assured wananchi that the matter at hand will be concluded in an amicable way.
He, however, stressed that there will be no fresh poll and asked Kenyans to boycott the exercise.
The Opposition chief was accompanied by other NASA leaders where they commemorated Mashujaa day in respect to three victims who were killed during anti-IEBC protests.