3 Things NASA Wants It's Supporters to do Today

  • The National Super Alliance (NASA) on Monday night issued three final instructions to its supporters regarding Tuesday's inauguration ceremony.

    In a statement, the coalition's Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Norman Magaya noted that everything was in place and the event would proceed as scheduled.

    He directed all NASA supporters who would be attending the event to come early and take their seats before the ceremony commences.

    [caption caption="File image of NASA CEO Norman Magaya"][/caption]

    "NASA wishes to inform supporters and the nation at large that the swearing-in of Rt Hon Raila Amolo Odinga and Kalonzo Musyoka is on had been scheduled.

    "All plans are in place to ensure this event is conducted peacefully and successfully. NASA wishes to advise supporters to be seated by 7:00 am ready to receive their leaders," the statement read in part.

    Secondly, the NASA CEO  advised the supporters to desist from any event that may cause violence.

    "We intend to hold a peaceful event in compliance with the constitution and the law. We, therefore, advise those attending this historic event to observe peace and avoid confrontation with police officers at all costs," Magaya noted.

    Lastly, the supporters were asked to stay focused and concentrate until the coalition achieves its main objective.

    "We advise our supporters to come prepared to stay until our mission is accomplished," the coalition stated.

    Meanwhile, NASA supporters have already arrived at Uhuru Park for the event set to start at 10:00 am.

    [caption caption="File image of Opposition Leader Raila Odinga addressing a rally at Uhuru Park"][/caption]

    Here is the statement;

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