BY NAMULONGO PETER/CORRESPONDENT,MACHAKOS,25TH NOV 2017-The National super Alliance (NASA )has unveiled a plan to ensure that it’s supporters do not in anyway be swayed by Jubilee government ahead of swearing in of president Kenyatta on Tuesday next week.
During a meeting held at Maanzoni lodge in Machakos county on Saturday was cahired by NASA principal Raila Odinga and Musalia Mudavadi and brought together all NASA leaders,the opposition came up with a five point resolution on how they plan to proceed.
Among them is that no member of parliament from NASA shall take part in vetting Cabinet appointees .NASA also urged Kenyans not to attend the swearing-in of Mr Kenyatta at Kasarani Stadium on Tuesday; and instead attend they are to attend a memorial service of victims of police brutality to be held at Jacaranda Grounds in Embakasi on the same day.
The coalition still maintains that they will not recognise the election of president Kenyatta.
“We have not individually and collectively delegated our sovereignty to Uhuru Kenyatta,” the report read.
Further, co-principal Musalia Mudavadi said they will use legally available options to protest the October 26 victory, regardless of being upheld by the Supreme Court.
The issue of NASA’s Memorial service however is likely to pit police against NASA with likelihood of the two sides clashing after the police on Saturday said they were not aware NASA planned a memorial service on Tuesday.
According to Nairobi county police commander Japheth Koome who addressed the press earlier Saturday,they are not aware of any such event by NASA.