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The Daily Nation.
Kivutha Kibwana drops his presidential ambitions to back ODM chief.
Headline : Battle for governors as 25 back Raila bid.
County bosses reveal that ODM leader is the best bet to protect gains from devolution, hit out at Ruto for opposing 2010 referendum.
BBI appeal puts judges in spotlight.
Kenya's wealthiest man is worth Sh89 billion.
Headline : Kalonzo, Musalia in war of words as division rocks OKA.
ANC troops says that Musyoka is insincere, which Wiper lieutenants accuse Mudavadi of having one leg out the door.
Mudavadi's son : How I survived Dusit attack.
At least 30 Governors gang up against Ruto, back Raila.
Headline : What Raila promised 30 governors.
Plum jobs in his government and additional funding to counties are some of the reasons the governors resolved to back ODM leader's State House bid.
Ruto's party takes on police over violence.
Battle lines draw as BBI appeal case kicks off.
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