Britain Travel Advisory Britain issues warning over Uhuru's Swearing-in Ceremony

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Britain cited possible clashes in the country in the coming days.

President Uhuru Kenyatta and British Prime Minister Theresa May. play President Uhuru Kenyatta and British Prime Minister Theresa May. (Courtesy)

Britain has issued a travel advisory against Kenya ahead of President Uhuru Kenyatta's swearing-in ceremony scheduled to take place on Tuesday at the Moi Sports Centre, Kasarani.

Britain cited possible clashes throughout the country during Tuesday's inauguration.

play NASA supporters during a past street protest in Nairobi. (AFP)

 

Already, NASA led by their leader Raila Odinga have announced elaborate plans in the coming days that will culminate in a Grand Rally to be held at Uhuru Park on Tuesday, the same day Kenyatta and his Deputy William Ruto are set to be sworn-in office for a second term.

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