The National Resistance Movement (NRM) will on Thursday ‘take over Nairobi’ led by the general, Miguna Miguna.
The international lawyer invited the NRM supporters to walk to Jomo Kenyatta Airport (JKIA) where they will receive the ‘peoples President,’ Raila Odinga.
ANNOUNCEMENT: The #NRM and @CoalitionNASAKe invite millions of patriots to walk to the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport and welcome THE PEOPLE'S PRESIDENT @RailaOdinga to Kenya from the USA on Thursday 16 November 2017! Take over Nairobi on that day! #DemocracyNotDictatorship
— Dr. Miguna Miguna (@MigunaMiguna) November 12, 2017
The ‘millions of patriots fighting against the despots’ will on 16 November march to the JKIA at an unspecified time.
According to Boni Khalwale, James Orengo, the former prime minister will receive a ‘grand reception that has never been seen before.’
There will be four cars only; for Moses Wetangula, Kalonzo Musyoka, Musalia Mudavadi and Odinga, they told their supporters on Sunday.
Odinga has been away in the US where he was going to address the Congress but instead gave a speech at the Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) and met Congressional committees.
The former PM accused President Uhuru Kenyatta and DP William Ruto of planning to hang on to power till the year 2032.
The DP, a former Raila ally, took a swipe at the ODM party leader saying that his trip to the US was meant to scuttle his 2022 presidential bid.
“So, Tinga went all the way to the USA to seek support to scuttle the possibility of a son of peasant from being elected prezo in 2022!Balaa!”
The NASA leader in his ‘Overcoming Kenya’s political crisis and advancing democracy, rule of law and stability,’speech, he accused the envoys of being part of the problem and having failed in ‘diffusing the crisis.’
“The envoys have not succeeded in diffusing the crisis. Let me be blunt again. They sometimes have contributed to the problem. I have come to Washington to convey a simple message. We need a much fuller engagement from the many arms of governance that you country possesses to assist the envoys based in Nairobi,” he said.
He added that the August and October elections were not held in a free, fair and credible manner.
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