The former premier Raila Odinga has urged his supporters to remain in polling stations once they cast their votes going into the August 9th polls. According to Odinga, votes must be protected fully from characters who might want to interfere with the peace of Kenyans for stealing of votes can cause trouble never seen before.
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The former premier is clear that Kenyans must all come together and ensure all his votes remain fully guarded. Raila wants his supporters to stay in polling stations and stop the deputy President William Ruto from playing with his votes whatsoever.
Raila is clear he is the best person to lead Kenya and he is sure he stands a big chance especially now when he has the support of government. However as always, it's an issue of wait and see of whether supporters will be allowed to stay in a polling station by IEBC come August 9th polls.
Raila's statement to ask supporters to remain in polling stations is unfortunate for it's clear if Ruto did the same, such can only lead to havoc and trouble. It's clear Ruto's agenda for Kenya and Raila's manifesto is what is supposed to sell their agenda but not asking supporters to remain in polling stations.
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