Kenya's former Prime Minister and opposition leader Raila Odinga talks during an interview with Reuters inside his office at the Capitol Hill Square in Nairobi ag

Attorney General Githu Muigai has warned that the planned swearing-in of NASA leader Raila Odinga as President on 12th December is a high act of treason and that it could attract the death penalty.

Speaking during a press conference at his chambers, the AG stated that any swearing-in done without declaration of winner by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission and the presence of the Chief Justice is illegal.

He further indicated that County Assemblies have no power to form People’s Assemblies and says that any persons involved may be visited by the full force of the law.

Muigai also stated that County Assemblies participating in establishing the People’s Assemblies will be surcharged for the misuse of public funds.

Former prime minister has openly declared that he doesn’t recognize the re-election of Uhuru Kenyatta. He insists that fresh elections held under reconstituted IEBC.