NASA reveals 1 final condition to cancel Raila swearing in
A series of roadblocks are rocking NASA's swearing-in Plan
Speaking during the People's Assembly Organizing Committee Media Briefing, NASA strategist David Ndii, stated that, if only President Uhuru Kenyatta had accepted that the October 26 election was not valid, they could have cancelled the swearing-in and opted for Dialogue.
“If only Uhuru Kenyatta had accepted that the October 26, election was not legitimate. We could have considered dialogue. But not that they have refused to consider that we will go on with our planned swearing-in ceremony. This is the same thing that Kalonzo Musyoka was talking about ," David Ndii said
Ndii’s sentiments cames at a time when NASA’s plans to have Raila take oath, is being rocked by a series of roadblocks being thrown in its way by different People.
A day after the Attorney General urged the High Court to declare NASA’s People’s Assemblies unlawful and unconstitutional, police are laying elaborate plans to scuttle the swearing-in.
Another lobby group, Bunge La Mwananchi, yesterday sought orders in the High Court to stop NASA’s ceremony, arguing that it would cause “a breakdown of law and order with the consequence of loss of life and destruction of property.”
The Jubilee axis in Nairobi City County yesterday barred NASA from using historic Uhuru Park for the ceremony on January 30.
The county placed a notice in newspapers yesterday, announcing that Uhuru Park will remain closed to any gatherings and meetings until further notice. City Hall claimed the reason was to give the facility a face-lift “in order to enhance recreational usefulness to its visitors.
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