EXPOSED: NIS Told Uhuru To Do This If Raila Odinga Swears Himself As President On 12th – This Is Dangerously Scary!

But according to State House sources, NIS recommended the arrest and prosecution of the NASA leader if he goes ahead with his plan to swear himself in as President of Kenya.

The penal code says anyone who tries to form a Government contrary to the Constitution could face charges of sedition.


He will also face charges of undermining a legitimate Government and treason which is punishable by death.


Despite a warning from the Government, the former Premier’s defiant allies are charging ahead with plans to swear him as the People’s President in the National People’s Assembly.