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Kenya: parliamentary election campaign blog launched

We learn from Mzalendo that a Kenyan blogger has launched a parliamentary election campaign blog: “26 year old Daystar graduate student Jesse Masai (also a blogger on KBW) has recently launched his campaign blog. Please pay him a visit and let him know what you think, especially if you are a Cherangany constituent.”

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  • So Raila is leading. Who cares. Does he not come from the one of the top ten families. Will he open a fresh commision of enquiry to check the acquisition of the Molasses plant.

    Yet again Raila is the man. many years in dentention. that silence is now being headed. Everyone in the top ten families is still happy with the postions. ask uhuru ?

  • Sara Lntt

    STATUS CANDIDATE VOTE VOTE %
    Kibaki

    2,394,099 48%
    Raila
    2,388,721 48%
    Kalonzo
    231,183. 5%

    The figures above are on http://www.communication.go.ke/elections

    I am just wondering -the votes always showed Raila on the lead until it got to 3.8 votes a piece-so were they cooking all along

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