Nasa co-principal Moses Wetangula and Opposition leader Raila Odinga at a past event. [Photo| Courtesy]Bungoma senator Moses Wetangula has insisted that the swearing-in of the National Super Alliance (Nasa) principal Raila Odinga is still on course. This is despite reports indicating he alongside other NASA co-principals were against the inauguration. Speaking to the press at his Kanduyi home on Sunday, Wetangula said the much-awaited swearing-in ceremony was only pushed forward but not canceled.“We only postponed the swearing-in of Raila as the Peoples’ President. That does not mean that we, as NASA, have canceled the ceremony,” said Wetang’ula as quoted by the Star. The Ford Kenya party boss also urged opposition supporters to remain optimistic since the journey to Canaan was still on. “NASA supporters should not lose hope. They should remain loyal because the journey to Canaan is still on course,” Wetang’ula said.Odinga was scheduled to be sworn-in on December 12, 2017, in Mombasa county, however, the event was pushed to a later date after some extensive consultations.
Wetangula breaks silence on Raila's swearing-in
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