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Kenya

Tension as Odinga calls for mega protests ahead of Election Day

Railda Odinga

Ballot papers to be used in the October 20 repeat election arrived in the country on Saturday, October 21 from Dubai.

NASA presidential candidate Raila Odinga claimed these ballot papers were a decoy.

Raila said the real ballot papers to be used in the election were printed secretly in Nairobi, Kenya National Super Alliance presidential candidate Raila Odinga claimed that the real ballot papers that will be used in the October 26 repeat presidential election were not printed by the Dubai based Al Ghurair printing firm.

Speaking during a church service in Kiminini, Trans Nzoia county on Sunday, October 22, the opposition leader claimed that the real ballot papers to be used in the election were printed in Nairobi, Kenya.

He claimed that the ballot papers flown into the country on Saturday, October 21, were mere decoys.

In this regard, he has called upon his supporters to stage a mega strike starting from tomorrow ahead of the election day to ensure that the same mess made previously is not repeated.

Nasa leader Raila Odinga returns to Gusiiland today, where he will urge voters not to turn up for the October 26 repeat presidential poll.

Mr Odinga will tour Nyamira and Kisii counties and make stopovers at Nyansiongo, Kijauri market, Keroka and Keumbu.

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His tour will culminate at Gusii stadium in a major rally where he will push his agenda of “October, No elections.”

Mr Odinga last toured the region on September 5 after the Supreme Court annulled the August 8 presidential poll over illegalities and irregularities.

During his visit, he defended Chief Justice David Maraga over attacks directed at him by President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto.

 

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