NASA makes changes 7-days to Raila's swearing-in
Odinga was scheduled to be sworn-in on January 30th at Uhuru Park, however, this will not be the case.
Odinga was scheduled to be sworn on January 30th at Uhuru Park, Nairobi County, however, the plans have now been changed.A NASA MP privy to the matter disclosed that the inauguration would be held at a different location.
“When we chose Uhuru Park, we knew the Jubilee leadership would thwart our mission by ensuring the venue is cordoned off by police."We have chosen a different location that will be known during or after the event,” the legislator was quoted by the Nation.
Nairobi Business Community applies to use Uhuru park On Sunday, Nairobi county government said that a church and Nairobi Business Community had applied to use the grounds on January 30th.Despite Odinga maintaining that the swearing in will go on as planned, his counterpart Kalonzo Musyoka has taken a soft stand instead pushing for dialogue.
Kalonzo Musyoka on Dialogue with President Uhuru Kenyatta The Wiper Party leader is on record saying that he was willing to mediate between President Uhuru Kenyatta and the former Prime Minister."I’m for dialogue because I don’t want Kenya to go the South Sudan or Somalia way. We want peace and it starts with Mr. Kenyatta,” the former Vice President stated.
On the other hand, the Head of State has ruled out dialogue with the Opposition maintaining that he will only hold talks regarding development in the country.Odinga has affirmed that any talks with Kenyatta must include electoral reforms after the bungled August 8th election.
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