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"Peoples president swear in ceremony to continue, No Nusu Mkate government." Raila Odinga says.

Raila Odinga to be sworn in. PHOTO | FILE

Raila Odinga to be sworn in on 30th January indicating that will create balance in Kenya. He urged the diplomats to keep off Kenyan affairs. The opposition leader said that they will take an oath of office with his deputy Kalonzo Musyoka.

The results they will use will be the August 8, 2017, polls. They won with over a million votes as indicated in the server. They said that the Jubilee government is illegitimate and they will not allow such things to happen.


“We have our own counties. We will direct all governors to make sure nothing goes out of their counties. Jubilee has their counties too. Let them use their resources in their counties. Our government will run parallel with theirs until we go for fresh free, fair and credible elections. I'm not for NUSU mkate Government.” said Odinga.


The swearing plan will continue as planned. The Suna East MP Junet Mohammed said that the swearing-in committee is in its final touches. “We have already secured some grounds. The grounds will be across the NASA counties. Raila Odinga and his deputy will take an oath in any ground among the secured ones.” Said Junet Mohammed.



How the NASA government will work was another contentious issue in regards to an existing of the Jubilee cabinet.  “We are going to have our own cabinet secretaries as required by the law. We have enough resources to make it. Our counties have enough resources, at first, we will make a rule.



 All the money from our counties should remain in the county. Nothing will go to the Jubilee government. Then our government will have a small percentage to run the country affairs.” Junet Mohammed said.
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