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Nasa will use Uhuru Park for Raila oath: Norman Magaya

The opposition National Super Alliance (Nasa) has maintained it would continue with its plans to swear in leaders Raila Odinga and Kalonzo Musyoka at Uhuru Park, Nairobi, on Tuesday.

In a live interview on KTN News on Monday morning, Nasa CEO Norman Magaya said all their supporters were expected to be seated at the historic ground by 8.30am in an event that is expected to end at exactly 1pm.

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He dismissed warnings from Nairobi County police boss Japheth Koome that the Opposition should keep off the venue.

Mr Koome said any meeting scheduled for Tuesday at Uhuru Park would be illegal as no one has given the police notice of any political event at the grounds.

“Mr Koome is really struggling to look for reasons to stop us from using the venue. Police are supposed to be apolitical and serve all Kenyans equally but Mr Koome has turned out to be pandering on the whims of Jubilee,” Mr Magaya said.

Courtesy of Daily Nation


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