Uhuru Park Is Ours: NASA Defiant As D-Day Approaches

Uhuru Park Is Ours: NASA Defiant As D-Day Approaches

Despite strong warnings by Nairobi police commandant Japheth Koome, NASA has insisted that their planned oath will take place.
Speaking during an all blown morning television interview, NASA CEO Norman Magaya reiterated that the alliance’s leader Raila Odinga will be sworn in the venue.
He said the alliance did not need police permission to use the grounds saying nothing will stop the event which is expected to end by 1 pm.
Norman Magaya remained committed to the happening of the event and instead of backing off as the police had commanded, the CEO asked the government to provide at least half a million police officers to man the event saying it was going to be the mother of all events.
He further said that coordinators across the country were organizing the ferrying of Raila Odinga’s supporters to attend the event and that some of those supporters had already arrived in the capital. Their accommodation before and after the event is being handled by NASA.
The CEO, who also failed to make it to EALA after a spirited campaign, said they would conduct their activities in accordance with the constitution and were not afraid of government’s threat of treason charges against Raila Odinga and his deputy Kalonzo Musyoka.
He also said the National Super Alliance had acquired a fully qualified judge to lead the swearing-in ceremony, therefore, it would be a legitimate process.

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