Kenya’s opposition insists Odinga will swear-in.

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Nairobi, Kenya:

Kenya’s opposition coalition, National Super Alliance’s People’s Assembly, (NASA) positioned out plans for Tuesday’s inauguration of Raila Odinga.

The venue of the planned meeting that the government has already warned against is being kept secret.

According to the NASA officials, the programme will start with the national anthem, followed by prayers, then announcement and adoption of the agenda.

There will then be a ceremony to install “the people’s leader”, after which speeches shall be conducted.

A ‘people’s assembly’ shall also be installed followed by speeches from representatives of counties.

Raila Odinga and other NASA leaders are expected to head out after the event and hold rallies across the country.

Kenya’s main opposition leader Raila Odinga announced that he would be sworn in on Tuesday 12th December.

The country’s attorney general has since warned that such an action would be an illegaity attracting charges of treason.

United States has also called on Raila Odinga to call off the planned inauguration ceremony arguing that it would only serve to further polarise the country.