NASA ‘Principals’ Holding Night Meetings With Jubilee To Sabotage Raila Swearing In – Miguna

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migunaNational Resistance Movement (NRM) general, Miguna Miguna has accused NASA coalition ‘principals’ of holding secret night meetings with Jubilee government.

The meetings, the international lawyer says are meant to disrupt Raila Odinga’s swearing in ceremony slated for 30 January and the naming of the parallel cabinet.

These leaders, Miguna said on social media will face the wrath of the people should their underhanded plans work.

Miguna has said in the past that Odinga will be sworn in by force. The August 8 Presidential election results, he says allow for the former Prime Minister to take the oath of office.

The results, the NRM general revealed on NTV show that the ODM party leader had garnered 53% of the votes (8.6 million) against President Uhuru Kenyatta’s 7.6 million votes.

Read: Raila’s Swearing In Is Not Comical, Server Results Show He Beat Uhuru – Miguna

On Thursday, youths stormed the Orange House where they sent a stern warning to opposition leaders who they said were plotting to sabotage the inauguration ceremony.

They accused Raila’s allies of brokering a deal with the Jubilee government in a bid to stop the ceremony that they have awaited with bated breath.

People died while fighting for electoral justice, they said, emphasizing that they will deal ‘perpendicularly’ with those that will come between Odinga and the People’s Presidency.

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