Hon. Raila Odinga had toured the coast to popularize the BBI document. He visited many counties before taking his BBI campaigns to Kwale county. Earlier they had visited Mombasa and Kilifi. During the tour they spoke on Joho's desire to run for presidency claiming that let Raila first lead Kenyans and then other candidates can follow. The BBI promoters also rejected the dream of the coastal leaders to form regional parties claiming that it will be a challenge and a threat to his 2022 presidency.
However, during their final day at the coast, Hon. Junet Mohamed issues a warning to the residents of Kwale. In his statement he said I have warned against deliberate incompetence of the security agencies of our country in handling electoral chaos two years to a general election. But with BBI, electoral justice will be achieved as a democratic environment free of intimidations, harrasment and physical assault will be seen.
He was against what was witnessed yesterday in the mini polls that were conducted by IEBC across the country. However, the big question is will Raila Odinga restore integrity in the electoral system in Kenya?
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