Dr. Owuor Holds National Prayers
The ICC question continued to dominate the Jubilee coalition’s presidential campaigns, with its leaders cautioning their opponents against intimidation and violence during the campaigns. Jubilee presidential and deputy presidential candidate Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto, maintain there will be no sanctions, and that they will be in the ballot on March 4th
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ICC, The Thorn In Jubilee’s Flesh
The call by the inspector general of police to politicians to keep the land issue off their campaigns is now getting support from several quarters. Religious leaders, mau mau veterans, the commission on the implementation of the constitution and the institution of surveyors of Kenya want politicians to tread carefully on the emotive land issue. Rita tinina reports on the latest debate over land. Watch KTN Streaming LIVE from Kenya 24/7 on www.ktnkenya.tv
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[The Star]Hassan Ali Joho is using technology to step up his campaigns for Mombasa governor.
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Kenya: Joho Goes Digital in Gubernatorial Campaigns
The Coalition for reform and democracy took its campaigns to Isebania in Migori county, to woo voters ahead of the March 4th general election. The brigade led by presidential flag bearer Raila Odinga and his running mate Kalonzo Musyoka appealed to the Cord aspirants to carry out their campaigns peacefully.
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Cord Woos Voter In Migori
www.ntv.co.ke Jubilee presidential candidate Uhuru Kenyatta and his running mate William Ruto now say they will steer clear of mentioning personalities in their campaigns but will instead focus on issues. Meanwhile, Amani presidential candidate Musalia Mudavadi took his campaigns to Nairobi where he outlined his policies. Peter Kenneth was meanwhile in Murang’a county where he urged residents to vote wisely.
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Jubilee: Our campaigns will focus on issues
Planning minister Wycliffe Oparanya has said a decision by CORD to allow affiliate parties to field candidates separately would affect their campaigns in Western region.
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Kenya: Raila party to go it alone in Western region
As Narc Kenya, Amani, RBK and the Eagle alliance got clearance, the coalition for reforms and democracy CORD was unveiling a unified campaign team that will traverse the country to popularize the Raila, Kalonzo ticket. The jubilee alliance on the other hand took their campaigns to various parts of Nairobi drumming up support for their gubernatorial and senatorial candidates. Sophia Wanuna with the details of the campaign trail. Watch KTN Streaming LIVE from Kenya 24/7 on www.ktnkenya.tv
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News: Succession 2013
www.ntv.co.ke Musalia Mudavadi became the fourth presidential candidate to be cleared by the IEBC to participate in the March 4th election. Musalia then took his campaigns around Nairobi where he sought to assure his supporters that he was no pushover. NTV’s Sheila Sendeyo has more.
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Mudavadi: We are in the race to win
The Eagles Alliance Presidential Candidate Peter Kenneth is scheduled to present his nomination papers before the IEBC tomorrow. Kenneth earlier in the day campaigned in Kayole area of Nairobi as Narc Kenya Presidential Candidate Martha Karua took her campaigns to Nyandarua county. . Watch KTN Streaming LIVE from Kenya 24/7 on www.ktnkenya.tv
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News: Politics Wrap 27 01 2013