Supreme Court judges upheld Kenyatta victory under duress, claims Odinga
Tuesday November 21 2017
President Uhuru Kenyatta acknowledges greetings from Kenyans during Mashujaa day celebrations on October 20, 2017 at Uhuru Park, Nairobi. PHOTO RAPHAEL NJOROGE | NATION
Mr Odinga, who was reportedly in Tanzania at the time of the Supreme Court ruling, said the Jubilee government was illegitimate and that the opposition’s next course of action will be announced this week.
In Mr Odinga’s political back yard, his supporters came out to protest against the court ruling, resulting in the death of one man said to have been shot in Migori, while a Safaricom booster in Kisumu was vandalised and two vehicles set ablaze.
Justice Maraga will preside over the swearing-in of President Kenyatta and Mr Ruto on Tuesday next week.