RAILA Openly Responds To Jubilee’s Interest To Continue Running The Government Beyond 2017

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Is Kenyan politics becoming a hotbed of political rambles? If so, then the politicians should be aware that Kenyan citizens are not interested of such or to that extent, just as it had started with the Tear Gas Mondays.

CORD Leader and Pioneer, who is the Former Prime Minister of The Republic of Kenya Mr. Raila Odinga, has said that he is not intrigued by framing a Coalition Government with President Uhuru Kenyatta in 2017, if the present verbal confrontation on the Interim and Electoral Boundaries Commission (IEBC), strengths the General Electionss to be deferred.

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In a meeting with a neighborhood day by day on Wednesday, Raila, who is likewise the ODM party pioneer, said regardless of the fact that the 2017 General Elections were to be deferred by three to four months, Line will at present not be occupied with sharing power since its pioneers would be occupied encouraging Kenyans to vote out Celebration Government.
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“The nation will be in a battle inclination and no one will be ready for an adjoinment  with the Government in its last months.”

“We don’t want to share power,” CORD Leader Raila mentioned.
“We don’t want to go there. We have calculated the wellness enough to know what the next elections can be held as stipulated in the constitution,” he added.

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