Kisumu Senator, Fred Outa has said that NASA leader, Raila Odinga will this time around get to state house.
Speaking on Saturday, the legislator said that the journey to Canaan is still on course though taking longer than expected.
“You all remember we vowed not to come back to you complaining that our votes have been stolen. We will not as we must get to State House by all means this time round,” Outa said.
He said that those who died during the pot election protests witnessed in some of the opposition strongholds did not lose their lives for nothing.
The opposition has said that they in total lost 215 of their supporters; some shot by the ‘trigger happy police.’
Outa asked their supporters to keep the faith and that Odinga would still be sworn in as the people’s president.
Odinga had promised to be sworn in as President on December 12, an event that was postponed indefinitely after ‘wide national and international consultations.’
The people’s assembly will according to the NASA leadership swear in the former Prime Minister early next year.
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