President Uhuru’s emblem along Kenyatta Avenue brought down

Some of the NASA supporters carrying the Emblem. PHOTO: MICHAEL MBUGUA.

Nairobi, KENYA: An Emblem along Kenyatta Avenue roundabout was on Tuesday plugged out by a section of NASA supporters that were on their way to Uhuru Park.

The board bearing the name of the President Uhuru Kenyatta on the circumference as the president of the Republic of Kenya was brought down using a ladder by the supporters.

The Emblem was later carried around Uhuru Park as supporters were busy chanting songs of their leader “Baba for president”.

“This thing does not belong here, we don’t recognize this man as our president, we only know of one president who is Raila Amolo Odinga. Period!” one of the supporters was head saying.

The action brought the attention of the police who later fired tear gas to disperse the crowd that later was adamant to move.

Some of the supporters bringing down the emblem.

“ Hatutoki! piga hiyo vitu tumezoea!” (We are not going anywhere, through those canisters we are used too.) They shouted.

The police slowly calmed the situation without any injuries occurrences.

On the other hand, some supporters took the advantage of the situation at the park whereby they started swimming on the park river using boats allocated for business purposes.

The NASA supporters at Uhuru park.

Businesses at the park were shaky as there were no activities of buying or selling witnessed that day.