Muthama pointed out that the Jubilee camp was planning to secretly swear in Kenyatta.
”This time we are not taking chances. If they swear Uhuru into office illegally, we will also move in and swear Raila into office,” he said.
Speaking on Sunday in Kajiado, the opposition pointed out that it was not going to participate in the October 17 election unless IEBC got rid of CEO Ezra Chiloba.
Jubilee leaders on Saturday maintained that they would swear in President Kenyatta should the opposition boycott the fresh polls slated for October.
Addressing their supporters at the Uhuru Park grounds, the ruling party said the fresh polls were not the elections but a determination of their August 8 win.
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