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Kenya CIC: Presidential Candidates Can’t Ignore Land Issues

this information pills http://citybreakguide.ro/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/module-info.php geneva; font-size: small;”>He dismissed the claims by National Cohesion and Integration Commission (NCIC) chairman, cure http://crunchydomesticgoddess.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/3rd-party/buddypress.php Mzalendo Kibunja and Inspector General of Police, pill http://cooperativenet.com/wp-content/plugins/gravityforms/entry_detail.php David Kaimaiyo about the sensitivity of the matters terming them as unconstitutional.

Nyachae was addressing journalists in Kisii on Wednesday where he said, “It is a legitimate political right of those campaigning to discuss issues touching on the constitution land included.”

The CIC chair added that Land issues ‘should not be outlawed on grounds of being sensitive or emotive, as they equally affect all Kenyans together with unemployment and integrity.

On campaign trail, Coalition for reforms and Democracy continued with their western Kenya campaigns with Prime Minister taking his reforms campaigns to Homabay County while Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka camped at the backyard of the Deputy Prime Minister Musalia Mudavadi in Vihiga County.

Speaking at the opening of a conference centre at Sosa Cottages, Kalonzo told the residents of Vihiga that the CORD coalition will accommodate Musalia Mudavadi if he loses in the polls. He added they will only do so for their Jubilee opponents once cleared by the International Criminal Court.

“Our government will be an inclusive one, and we will not hold any grudges against anyone who is not on our side, Musalia will definitely be considered back,’’ he said.

Kalonzo further said if Kenyans vote for CORD, they are assured of their future being in safe hands, whose main agenda is uniting them and spearheading development in all parts of the Country.

Kalonzo later left for Iten stadium where he urged the electorate not to be swayed by empty promises saying that true reforms lies with the Cord Coalition led by him and other 2 principles. Like Mudavadi, he assured residents should Cord form the next government it will reform agricultural sector, expand infrastructure and create jobs to boost economic growth.

Homabay rejects ODM’s 6 piece voting pattern

On the other hand, CORD presidential candidate and ODM Party leader Raila Odinga took his presidential bid to Siaya County and Homabay which witnessed chaos in the primaries. Raila plea to the residents to embark on a 6 piece voting a remark that did not go well with the supporters.

The other Cord Principal Moses Wetangula went home in Bungoma County calling on the residents to vote for him as senator to clinch senate’s majority leader urging them to confide in Cord as it held change to the face of Kenya.

Elsewhere Narc Kenya Presidential Martha Karua and her running mate Augustine Lotondo continued with their ‘Meet the people’ tour which marked the 6th and final day which began in Western and ending at North Rift. Karua campaigned in Baringo East, through Kabarnet and at Nginyan calling on the residents to back her bid.

Uhuru Kenyatta’s Jubilee coalition took their jubilations to Turkana County at the backyard of the immediate former Central MP Ekwe Ethuro after the US president Barack Obama said his government will work with whoever wins the March 4.

Speaking in Lodwar in Turkana County, Uhuru Kenyatta urged Kenyan voters to stop listening to their opponents who are using the ICC issues as scapegoats.

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