"I will be sworn in because I am the legitimate president. We are going to be sworn in on December 12," he said
Odinga has returned from a 10-day trip to the United States where he visited think tanks.
Odinga boycotted the presidential election held in September and has termed it a "sham." Incumbent Uhuru Kenyatta secured 98 percent of the vote.
Numbers favoured Uhuru Total Voter turn up 7,616,217 Uhuru votes 7,483,895
The IEBC has declared Jubilee Presidential Candidate Uhuru Kenyatta as President after a fresh poll which was conducted on 26th October 2017.
It is the country's worst crisis in a decade, raising fears for the stability of east Africa's economic powerhouse and one of its strongest democracies....
Police fired teargas at rowdy opposition supporters who tried to set up barricades in front of a polling station.
He said supporters should stay away for the "bloodthirsty regime is planning to use every excuse to massacre our people."
On October 10 Odinga withdrew from the re-run, saying the electoral body had failed to make needed reforms
Raila Odinga seems to have inherited the political misfortune of his father, Jaramogi Oginga Odinga, who led the opposition for three decades but never...
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