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NASA briefing - What we know so far

The press briefing is taking longer than was expected.

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Our team has been gathering some of the intrigues around the briefing and here are some of the people who are at the offices.

Among the key dignitaries who are attending the press briefing include: George Aladwa, Babu Owino, Ken Okoth, Milly Odhiambo, Agnes Zani, James Orengo, Raila Junior (son to Raila), Ruth Odinga (Raila's sister).

None of the five NASA principals is present at the event as at 3.45 pm, yet the briefing was set to start at 2pm. The international media is also present.

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