The leader of the National super alliance, Raila Odinga has claimed that he will lead his supporters to the state house after his swearing-in slated for 30th January.
Speaking during an interview hours after Changamwe rally on Sunday, the former prime minister said that his supporters want him at the country’s top office and vowed not to let them down.
“Those asking what the coalition will do next after our swearing-in event should stop asking the obvious. Where does the president go after he’s sworn in? Our supporters vowed to take us to the state house and I won’t let them down. We will walk from Uhuru park all the way to the state house.” said Raila.
“We expect a good number of our supporters from across the country. We are ready to die fighting for electoral justice in this country,” he added.
Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka said the fact that the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission had failed to open the server for the transmission of the results following the Supreme Court order showed the August polls were rigged.
“This country is headed to a civil war and I am telling Uhuru: If you don’t call Raila in the next one week, things will go bad. I know am being very unpopular with this,” he said and accused Jubilee of being arrogant and ignorant not to see the divisions among Kenyans.
A church and a group posing as the Nairobi business community have applied to use the city’s Uhuru Park on January 30 — the grounds where the National Super Alliance plans to swear-in opposition leader Raila Odinga as the people’s president.