http://colombiareports.com/wp-admin/includes/continents-cities.php "sans-serif";”>Addressing thousands of various supporters in Migori County in Nyanza province Raila told the supporters despite the chaotic ODM nominations, http://degrisogono.com/wp-includes/ms-default-constants.php the party remains strong to match into the March 4th elections.
Speaking at the rally, immediate former Kangundo MP and Machakos Senatorial aspirant Johnston Muthama urged residents to elect the leaders as they represent the face of Kenya. Raila, on his part, expressed confidence they would win in the first round and deliver reforms to the country.
“Our word is our bond with Kenyans and we will deliver what we unveiled in our manifesto,” said the PM.
Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka urged the Kuria community to turn up in large numbers and vote for CORD, saying it held the future of Kenya.
“I call upon each one of you to support our quest to deliver reforms to the country by voting for us in the coming general elections,” said the Vice President.
CORD will split its joint campaign and have the two principals Kalonzo Musyoka and Moses Wetangula head to Kenya’s second populous county of Kakamega as the Prime Minister proceeds to Homabay.
In Nairobi County, Amani Coalition traversed the capital the message that they will transform and upgrade the city.
Led by its presidential candidate Musalia Mudavadi and New Ford Kenya Party leader Eugene Wamalwa, Mudavadi said his coalition was laying master plans of upgrading the city industrial activity to create more job opportunities for the unemployed Kenyans.
He was addressing supporters at the city’s East Lands area where he was accompanied by Stanley Livondo who is rooting to vie for the Nairobi Senatorial seat on a UDF ticket.
Elsewhere, Narc-Kenya presidential candidate Martha Karua took her Meet the People tour campaigns to North rift calling on the voters to avoid electing the people who are having cases with International Criminal Court as they are incapacitated to deliver their duties as stipulated by the law.
Karua said she would be the people’s keeper and would not leave any stone unturned in ensuring equitable distribution of resources.
“If you elect me, I would ensure I am your watchman. As you know a watchman does not joke with his job and ensure that your resources are well taken care of,” said the Narc Kenya Leader.
Elsewhere, immediate former Gatanga Legislator Peter Kenneth took his Presidential campaigns closer home by touring Murang’a County in Central province calling on residents not to be misled by the recent poll ratings that projected his popularity at 1 per cent.
“Recently I was in Ukambani, I went to Migori and there people agree with me. What I have been seeing on newspapers about opinion polls surprises me. You are the real opinion and we shall know on the 4th of March,” Kenneth told the supporters of the Eagle Coalition.
Meanwhile, the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission, IEBC has announced that the presidential ballot papers have already been printed by a British firm, Smith & Ouzman, which was awarded the tender to supply the ballot papers a week after the official deadline of the nominations.
The IEBC Chief Executive Officer, James Oswago, however hinted the rest of the ballots shall be delivered before the March 4 elections.
“Ballot papers will arrive well on time before the elections; the printers have confirmed the dates and the aircrafts that will transport them. The printing of those (ballot papers) for the presidency was completed on Monday and today (Tuesday) they are on with those for senators,” Oswago said.
The Electoral Commission cleared 8 Kenyans Raila Odinga, Uhuru Kenyatta, Musalia Mudavadi, Martha Karua, Peter Kenneth, James ole Kiyiapi, Paul Muite and Mohammed Abduba Dida to vie for the top job.