NASA leaders Raila Amolo Odinga and Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka are set to be sworn in at the end of January in the swearing ceremony that will be held at Uhuru Park in Nairobi.
Raila Odinga and Kalonzo Musyoka will be sworn in as the people’s president and deputy president respectively after them maintaining that they won the August 8 elections before the coronation ritual on 26th October for Uhuru Kenyatta.
A series of meetings are being held by NASA/ NRM leaders led by NASA strategist David Ndii to finalize with the formation of peoples assemblies in at least 20 counties before the swearing in.
Several counties have already formed the assemblies some of them being Machakos, Kisumu, Migori, Busia, Mombasa, Kilifi among others. The leaders maintain that the swearing is still on unless dialogue is held which should only revolve around electoral reforms in the country.
EU MPs urges Raila and Uhuru Kenyatta to held talks for the betterment of the country however Uhuru Kenyatta remain adamant that everything is okay and that foreigners should mind their own business and they should not dictate to us on what to do as a country.
It is an event that is eagerly awaited by the NASA supporters as their leaders assure them that the journey to Canaan is still on and that is remains unstoppable.
However Jubilee leaders term the exercise as rhetoric and that Raila and Kalonzo are only maintaining the expectations of their supporters after a big loss.
Alfred Mutua while being interviewed by Jeff Koinange in Sunday Live in Citizen TV maintained that he would definitely win if repeat elections are held in Machakos County. Mutua s win was nullified by the Court of appeal of Kenyans in a case which had been appealed by former Kathiani MP his gubernatorial race competitor for the Machakos County governorshipREAD MORE.
The deputy president of Kenya was attending the Marsabit-Lake Turkana festival of 2018. In attendance were several leaders from Marsabit and others from other perts of the country including the senator of Machakos county.
The leaders attending the ceremony welcomed the Rutos movement across the country. The leaders also urged Kenyans to support Dp Ruto as he has all the good heart towards the citizens of this countryREAD MORE...