Swearing-In Plan Still On - Odinga Assures Kenyans
National Super Alliance leader, Raila Odinga, says he will take oath as the people's president "very early in the new year" despite the government's warnings that he risks death for treason if he does swear himself in. He also says he won the August 8 presidential election.
Nation, 25 December 2017
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