Wiper Party leader Kalonzo Musyoka has warned President Uhuru Kenyatta over failure to hold dialogue with the National Super Alliance.
Speaking in Machakos on Friday, Kalonzo said that Uhuru should take responsibility for anything that will happen in the event dialogue does not occur.
“If the country and there is actiive conflict you (Uhuru Kenyatta) will have been seen to have intended,”
He further warned Attorney General Githu Muigai against threatening to charge Raila with treason in case he takes an oath of office as planned.
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He said that Raila cannot be hanged because the Supreme has outlawed capital punishment, meaning that the death sentence will not be valid.
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NASA is planning to swear in Raila on January 30th as a means of pushing for electoral justice.
The opposition is pushing for dialogue but a Jubilee side has remained adamant over the matter.
NASA Says Swearing-in Of Raila, Kalonzo To Go On
The much publicized swearing-in of opposition leader Raila Odinga as the Peoples’ president and Kalonzo Musyoka as his deputy will go on as planned.
NASA’s People Assembly Organizing Committee says arrangements for the swearing-in ceremony that first aborted on Jamhuri Day are on course, with the pair vowing to take oath of office on January 30th this year as planned.
While the duo chickened out of the earlier swearing-in ceremony albeit at the eleventh hour, NASA’s People Assembly Organizing Committee says the planned ceremony this time round is no laughing matter.
According to the opposition alliance, the stage is set for the swearing-in ceremony that has been planned for the much talked about ceremony within and without our borders, citing the decision by some NASA MPs to sign an affidavit in support of the event.
NASA is also accusing Jubilee party of being behind what it terms as false propaganda that the swearing-in of the two Opposition leaders is a bargaining chip for dialogue with President Uhuru Kenyatta.
In December last year, the Attorney General Githu Muigai warned the National Super Alliance (NASA) that swearing in of their leader Raila Odinga was tantamount to treason.
He said such an inauguration would be outside the Constitution because Kenya already has a sitting president who was inaugurated on November 28.
Millions of Kenyans are waiting to see if the two will take oath of office as the people’s president.