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ODM Governor attends Uhuru's inauguration

He has defied Raila's earlier demand that they snub Uhuru's event.

Thousands thronged Kasarani stadium on Tuesday morning for President Uhuru Kenyatta's inauguration.

The 60,000 capacity historical stadium filled by 9am with some individuals unable to access the facility.

Among those who attended included ODM Governor Josphat Nanok, who is also the Council of Governors (COG) Chairman, chief justice David Maraga among other guests.

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The oaths will administered by Chief Registrar of the Judiciary Anne Amadi before CJ Maraga.

Kenyatta will then sign the oaths before the CJ also appends his signature and thereafter hand them to the Head of State.

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