Kenyan opposition leader – ‘I’ll be sworn in as president on Dec. 12’

By Reuters

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NAIROBI  – Kenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga told an impromptu rally on Tuesday he would hold an assembly that would swear him in as president on Dec. 12, less than an hour after President Uhuru Kenyatta was inaugurated for a second, five-year term.

Minutes after Odinga spoke, riot police teargassed his convoy and charged the crowd.

“On December 12, we will have an assembly that will swear me in,” Odinga told supporters gathered along a road in the Nairobi suburb of Eastlands after police sealed off the location where he had planned to hold a rally earlier in the day.

Kenyatta won a repeat presidential election in October that Odinga boycotted.

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  1. Subject: “Kenyan opposition leader – ‘I’ll be sworn in as president on Dec. 12”, By Reuters, Nov 28, 2017

    Commentary, 28 Nov 2017
    Needless to say, Kenya is in a deep crises.

    Mr. Uhuru Kenyatta is sworn in as President by his followers.

    Mr. Raila Odinga, the opposition leader, will also be sworn in by his followers, on Dec 12, 2017.

    In the mean time, and here after, the police under the domain of the of the FIRST President, Mr. Uhuru Kenyatta, will harass the followers of the other President, Mr. Raila Odinga,

    As a consequence, official TRIBAL war will automatically be declared in Kenya — while the African Union, as usual, remains dormant and the African Intellectuals, as usual, with their Ph D labels, on their chest, will sit down and watch.

    The Kenyan people will then begin the process of annihilation to themselves by themselves, with a slight bruise to the physical territory of the country.

    And that will be the hidden delight of the 21st Century Refined Colonialism [from West and the New Sleek East] with a delight to own the natural richness and SPACE of a Paradise on Earth — KENYA.

    At the end, Kenya will be happy to be colonized when the heavy burden of governing modern State will be up lifted from its shoulders.

    THAT, MY DEAR FELLOW AFRICANS, IS OUR DESTINY.
    WE ARE FREE TO BEND DOWN AND CRY FOR ETERNITY.
    PROVE IT OTHERWISE without tantrum >>> as the African proverb goes: ‘here is the horse; here is the field’ THE END

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