Orengo reveals new formula to destabilise Uhuru’s government

Raila is expected to end his holiday in Malindi to launch the new plan

Orengo, who is one of the legal strategists in the Opposition, stated that the first part of their program will be to swear in NASA leader Raila Odinga.

Oath of office

Unlike last year when the plan was to swear in Odinga as President of the People’s Assembly, Orengo stated that the former Prime Minister will soon take oath as President of the Republic of Kenya.

The Siaya Senator added that NASA would be issuing an additional list of products to be boycotted by Opposition supporters.

Orengo spoke a few days after Odinga promised to ensure that the country remained ungovernable in order to force President Uhuru Kenyatta to agree to a dialogue process.

A parallel cabinet list is also said to be in the offing with the names expected to be made public on Monday next week.

The full timetable of activities is expected to be announced on Thursday.

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