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August, 2017

 

PEACEFUL ELECTIONS BUT FEW TROUBLE SPOTS / PRISONERS VOTE FOR FIRST TIME EVER

IT’S A REMATCH FOR UHURU AND RAILA AS KENYANS GO TO THE POLLS

KTN Carol Nderi Reports

President Uhuru Kenyatta and his arch rival and NASA Coalition flag-bearer Raila Odinga have a date with destiny today as Kenyan go to the polls to weigh in whether to reward Kenyatta with a second five-year term or Kenyans will give Odinga, a 4-time unsuccessful presidential candidate, a go at the highest seat on the land. The Kenyan General Elections is a gigantic exercise with almost 15,000 candidates vying for less than 2000 seats in all levels of government, the highest being the presidential contest between Kenyatta and Odinga, sons of Kenyan founding fathers first President Jomo Kenyatta and first Vice President Jaramogi Oginga Odinga. The election is the most expensive in Kenyan history costing almost Ksh 50 billion ($0.5Read More


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