Raila issues warning amidst crackdown on NASA politicians
NASA to hold meeting to discuss mass action
According to The Standard, Odinga warned that the country is heading in the wrong direction stating that “If no dialogue is held, we will soon go down the path of anarchy.”
The opposition chief made it clear that “Everyone knows the country is in crisis. Everywhere we go, people are ready and willing to take up arms and fight for what they think is right”.
In a bare knuckle attack, Odinga noted that “If the government does not respect the law, then the people are under no obligation to do so”.
His concerns were also echoed by NASA co principal Kalonzo Musyoka who disclosed that the opposition was considering mass action across the nation.
“Uhuru and Ruto are driving the country down the road of destruction, they only seem to listen to themselves. That is why we are considering the demonstrations to let them know that Kenyans are not happy,” Kalonzo disclosed.Next week on Monday, NASA leaders will hold a meeting that will most likely shape Kenya’s political future.
Top on the agenda are deliberations on the resumption of mass action across the nation to help the opposition coalition push its agenda for electoral justice and reforms.
The opposition coalition will also meet to plan on when Wiper Party leader Kalonzo Musyoka will be 'sworn in' after he failed to attend Odinga’s swearing in where they were both expected to ‘take oath’.
These developments come in the backdrop of a crackdown politicians who participated in Odinga’s 'swearing in' that was declared illegal by the Attorney General Githu Muigai.
The crackdown has seen several leaders arrested including T.J Kajwang, George Aladwa and Miguna Miguna who has since been deported to Canada.
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