‘Stop Wasting Time, Take Oath Of Office,’ Vihiga Senator Tells Raila

Vihiga Senator, George Khaniri

nasaNASA leader Raila Odinga was on Sunday asked by Vihiga Senator, George Khaniri to stop wasting his supporters time and take the oath of office already.

Speaking in Kakamega during the second People’s Assembly convention, the legislator noted that the people did not recognize President Uhuru Kenyatta’s illegitimate government.

”We came here for the sole reason that we are tired of staying without a president. We saw Uhuru take an oath but that was his own,” the legislator said.

”You told us if they swear in, we swear in. What are we waiting for yet they have already sworn in their president?”

NASA supporters, he said are ready to die to get to ‘Canaan.’ He however warned against postponing the swearing in date again.

”Stop calling press conferences every now and then to tell people that you have postponed the swearing in. We should be done with this issue once and for all,” he said.

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Also tired of the constant pressers by David Ndii and co, is NRM (National Resistance Movement) commander, Miguna Miguna.

”Next time Oduor Ong’wen, David Ndii and Noah Akala addresses a press conference promising to announce another committee or swearing in date for Raila Odinga, NRM soldiers have explicit authority from me to stone them. Kenyans are tired of bullshit. We must act right now!” Miguna advised.

The opposition has maintained that Odinga will be sworn in on January 30 and thereafter name a cabinet.

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