NASA supporters teargassed along Kenyatta Avenue

They were dispersed along Nairobi's Kenyatta Avenue

The security men were forced to use teargas after the opposition supporters decided to destroy the 'Uhuru Kenyatta- President of the Republic of Kenya' plaque that was erected at the Kenyatta Avenue roundabout.

The NASA followers managed to destroy the plaque and made away with the Coat of Arms which they carried with them back to Uhuru Park as they wait for the swearing-in of Raila Odinga.

Meanwhile NASA Co-Principal Kalonzo Musyoka has asked NASA supporters not to carry out any act of violence.

The Wiper leader said NASA principals are to hold a crisis meeting in Karen after the government through the Communications Authority of Kenya (CAK) shut down the major TV stations.

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