The Surprise thing NASA will do before Raila’s swearing in

Raila Odinga's swearing in is set for January 30

In a report by the Standard, NASA will announce the presidential results for all the 290 constituencies across the country.

The opposition team will make the announcement from the data it gathered from the August 8 General elections, which they claim show that Raila Odinga won the election and President Uhuru Kenyatta came in second.

All NASA elected leaders

Reliable sources within the coalition also revealed that the NASA team was working with all its elected leaders to ensure that they have people from all over the country attending the swearing in ceremony that is slated for January 30 at Uhuru Park.

"All our elected leaders including governors, senators, MPs, Members of County Assembly (MCAs) and party officials will mobilize supporters and provide logistics for them to come to Nairobi," said the source.

Security arrangements

The sources also revealed that arrangements have been made just in case the security agencies clash with the NASA supporters who are expected to occupy Uhuru Park for a couple of more days after Raila’s swearing in.

The opposition coalition has always dismissed talks with the Jubilee government, on grounds that it is an illegitimate government.

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