New York Times reveals RAILA ODINGA’s oath of office yesterday is legitimate and UHURU’s State House is in panic

...things that made the oath legitimate.

The paper noted that by switching off Citizen, NTV and KTN news channels and the subsequent outlawing of National Resistance Movement (NRM) in a way gave the event some legitimacy.

“The television blackout and criminal designation seemed to add legitimacy to Raila Odinga’s oath, which some observers had dismissed as nonstarter,” the paper said.

The paper further revealed that some envoy had advised Uhuru to ignore Raila’s oathing completely as it had no practical effect.


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  1. Oh! Now the New York Times have become lawyers and are giving us their two cents worth of advice? The law is truly an ass.

  2. Anon.09.19 it's an institution that has it's legal team

  3. That shitting New York Times legal team should read our constitution first then give their opinion which now sound like it came from retards of the highest order.

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