Nasa leader Raila Odinga

Opposition leader Raila Odinga has said “a third republic” is on the way. The NASA chief however added that he would explain to his supporters what he meant later.

Odinga was addressing his supporters in town after a botched Uhuru Park and Kibra rallies which were to follow his return Into the Country from U.S

He expressed disquiet over Jubilee’s move to use police force to stop his supporters from the earlier planned one million grand match that was meant to welcome him.

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He thanked HIS supporters who braved police brutal measures from JKIA in Embakasi all the way to town and joked that he expected President Uhuru Kenyatta to accord him a warm reception.

Odinga also hinted that his tour was fruitful saying “I have brought good news for the people of Kenya from the West.”

The NASA honcho hinted at a revolution, a sentiment that was echoed by fellow leader and Siaya senator James Orengo who vowed that they will not stop until Odinga is President.

Also present were former Senators  Bonnie Khalwale (Kakamega) and Johnston Muthama (Machakos) who claimed police had shot eight NASA supporters.

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