NASA leaders order their supporters to report to Central police station on Tuesday

They are expected to record statements with the police

Speaking at a rally in Nairobi’s Baba Dogo on Sunday, the leaders led by Siaya senator James Orengo said that it will show the world that the people went to Uhuru Park because of their love for Raila.

He added that the whole world saw and now recognizes Raila Odinga as the leader of Kenya.

Orengo condemned the way the Jubilee administration has been making arrests on NASA allied legislators adding that their dictatorship is coming to an end.

He went ahead and assured their supporters that opposition chief Raila Odinga was in safe hands and that he was away handling government business.

ODM chairman and Suba South MP John Mbadi said that President Uhuru Kenyatta’s term ended on Tuesday and that he should let Raila Odinga work for the people.

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