NASA Deputy leader Kalonzo Musyoka has dismissed reports appearing on a section of the media indicating he will be sworn in as the deputy ‘People President’ on 28 February.
The Star reported that plans were underway to swear in Kalonzo Musyoka at Uhuru Park. The Wiper leader disappointed NASA supporters after he pulled out of the swearing in ceremony conducted at the same venue on 30 January.
Kalonzo said such plans are not in the offing any time soon saying such talk was a Jubilee trap.
Kalonzo Musyoka, who has been derided as a watermelon, said the oathing plan was against the law if proper legal consultation is not followed.