UHURU is not the President of Kenya, he is just a nobody for now until Friday - JUNET MOHAMED

…summon Parliament because the Supreme Court is yet to make its ruling.

“Our stand is in public domain and nothing has changed.”

“Uhuru should not act as if he has won an election yet we have serious issues to discuss,” says Junet.

“We can only honour such directives when the courts decide.”

“A stranger cannot summon elected MPs,” said Junet.

He said all MPs affiliated to NASA will not attend the swearing in ceremony of MPs scheduled for Thursday.


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  1. Please Junet do not mislead Kenyans. The country still has a president due to the fact the oath of office Uhuru took in 2013 still stands until the time a new president is sworn in even the new one will be sworn in in 2018. So Junet please learn to respect others and stop sycophancy.

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