Meanwhile, more drama unfolded at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport when Raila’s family was blocked from accessing the VIP lounge.
The JKIA police boss informed Raila that he would mess their “plans” if he used the secure lounger located at Terminal 1 and reserved for top level government officials and state guests.
The NASA leader has always used the facility. From JKIA, Raila’s security was extra alert with pictures showing that the innermost layer was 3 rows thick as his famous Men-In-Black team threw a security cordon around his motorcade.
At the City Stadium, the police shot at most vehicles forcing the leaders to fee in their vehicle but only Raila’s vehicle in the middle of the road insisting on driving into town through the blockade.
That’s when one of the bullet propelled grenades his the windshield of Raila’s car. While viewing the stand-o on TV, the US and other European embassies started calling Raila’s key staffers asking if he was alright.
TO avoid the state blockage at the airport, NASA allied MPs and other core supporters ew to Mombasa, Eldoret and Kisumu then ew back to JKIA on other flights just so as to welcome Raila back at the airport.
Raila’s convoy from the airport avoided Pipeline when word reached his security that a group calling itself Nairobi Business Community was stationed at Pipeline with the intention of stoning motorists and looting shops as has been blamed on Cambridge Analytica planted groups. Raila is insisting that he will not allow the “illegal swearing in of Uhuru as President.”
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