NASA leader Raila Odinga has taken an oath as the people’s president at a swearing-in event at Uhuru Park in Nairobi. The swearing-in ceremony had been highly anticipated by Kenyans who were keen to see what will transpire and to pick the wording of the oath. However, other NASA leaders including Kalonzo Musyoka, Moses Wetangula, and Musalia Mudavadi were nowhere to be seen during the swearing in.
Raila lauded the supporters who turned up, citing it as a historic moment, “Today is a historic day in Kenya. Kenyans have taken the initiative to remove the dictatorship rule that was set up through election rigging,” he said. He reiterated NASA’s stance that they were set to do everything Jubilee did, from vote counting to presidential swearing-in.
Moreover, he said the whereabouts of other NASA leaders will be made public, “You can all see that Kalonzo Musyoka is not here but he is with us and will be sworn-in later. You will also know later what happened to Moses Wetangula and Musalia Mudavadi,” he affirmed.