President Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy William Ruto sworn in for second term

President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy William Ruto officially sworn in for their second term in office for the next five year in office:Nairobi 

They were sworn in by Chief Justice David Maraga the same person who nullified the first election in August 2017 at Moi International Sports Center in Kasarani in front of thousands of Kenyans on Tuesday.Both the President and his deputy took and signed two oaths.

Kenyans were out to witness the event in large numbers as President Uhuru Kenyata and DP Ruto sworn in.The event also witnessed by dozens of African States.

As event continued smoothly at Kasarani the opposition NASA was trying to hold a memorial event for their NASA supporters killed by police at Jacaranda grounds on the same time when the president sworns in.

As NASA scheduled for the memorial on the same day crooked dumped five track of sewer at the at the venue to distract the National Super Alliance supporters woke up on Tuesday, November 28, to the rude shock of finding raw sewerage dumped at the Jacaranda grounds where the opposition was scheduled to hold a memorial service.

The sewerage was reported to have been dumped the night before, on Monday, November 27, by unknown people using five waste exhaust trucks.

Police were on Tuesday morning forced to use teargas canisters to disperse supporters of the National Super Alliance (NASA) who were trying to make their way to the Jacaranda Ground Nairobi, where the opposition coalition plans to hold a mourning gathering to express solidarity with victims of police brutality.It was also said 3 people have been shot so far by Police.

 

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