The National Super Alliance CEO, Norman Magaya, has called for boycott of all premises in the country bearing a portrait of President-Elect Uhuru Kenyatta.
In an interview with Citizen TV, Magaya asked supporters of Opposition leader Raila Odinga to show that they do not recognize Uhuru as President.
Magaya said the move would be among the first steps the Nasa resistance wing plans against the Jubilee regime.
“We will require our supporters to avoid businesses with Uhuru’s portrait given Nasa does not recognize him,” the coalition boss said on Wednesday, November 1 in the interview seen by Zipo.co.ke.
Among premises supporters asked to shun are small and large scale businesses which display Uhuru Kenyatta as well as all government offices.
His directive came just hours after Odinga’s spokesman noted that Kenya would never return to normalcy and asked businesses to prepare for more losses.
Onyango also bashed industrialists Chris Kirubi, Vimal Shah and Patrick Obath for crying foul over loss of business prior to and after the highly-contested October 26 repeat presidential election.
Also lined up by the Opposition according to the CEO are party’s demonstrations as the alliance pushes for a fresh election in the next 90 days.
“If Uhuru thought we were just talking, he should await for a bombshell very soon,” Mr Magaya added.
NRM will soon release a list of companies including media houses, banks, telecom and insurance firms that supporters will be asked to boycott.