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In other words, they are damned if they do, and damned if they don't.Sources have said that the meetings have also discussed what happens after Mr Odinga’s swearing-in, what that would mean and what systems have been put in place to secure supporters.
“If Nasa supporters choose to march to State House after the swearing-in, will they get a safe passage or there is a real risk of a bloodbath? “If we are not taking power, are we going into the bush to fight? Do we have what it takes? If we do not have what it takes, are we ready to take responsibility for loss of citizens’ life in vain?”
These are some of the questions raised in the internal agenda notes which further ask: “In the event that we elect not to proceed with the swearing in, where will this leave us politically? How do we manage damage in a population that feels disillusioned and betrayed because of the levels of expectations the swearing narrative has raised?”
UhuRuto should just continue ignoring these fools. As the self imposed January 30 deadline approaches, their desperation is escalating, their childish blackmail that 'dialogue' must take place before January 30th has been ignored, and now UhuRuto should just let them swear themselves in and we see how they will 'rule'