President Uhuru's Jubilee Party supporters living and working in the United Kingdom (UK) pitched tent outside Chatham House in London, where National Super Alliance (NASA) leader Raila Odinga was giving a talk on Friday.
Don in Jubilee Party attire, the supporters marched outside the premises in London as they sang and chanted pro-Jubilee slogans.
On a loud speaker, they played Ben Githae's "Uhuru Tano Tena" as they danced to its tunes, , a video shared by E News Kenya on Youtube shows.
Raila travelled to the UK on Wednesday night and was scheduled to deliver a public lecture today at Chatham House, Royal Institute of International Affairs.
The former Prime Minister on Tuesday announced he had withdrawn from the October 26th repeat presidential race, accusing electoral Commission IEBC of failing to heed to opposition's calls for reforms before holding the repeat poll ordered by the Supreme Court.