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can you listening to right Odinga stations on swearing in ceremony pressure continues to mount on his national resistance movement on Friday may do to make you into a lawyer and everything alive was taken from his home in Nairobi to a local police station on Tuesday he be that coding to so I pull the symbolic presidential inauguration it also declared himself the leader of the national resistance movement which Kenyan government has labeled a criminal group we do this arrest is the second since the inauguration on Wednesday the opposition boy who administered %HESITATION doing because the ceremony was also arrested the government has cool the alternative inauguration and illegal act three private channels to cover the swearing in ceremony remain off at one government orders despite a court order that they be allowed to receive brought costly Odinga has accused the government of suspending the constitution by attacking the media he maintains that lost his elections were rigged and is refusing to acknowledge who we can yet this presidency the police have declined to comment on the latest arrest