Delegates streak in for ODM polls
24 February 2014, 17:25
Nairobi - With only a week left to the Orange Democratic Movement ODM polls, respective poll bearers are making frantic efforts to ensure they are in good stead.
Most competing for various posts in the party campaigned across the country as the polls, set for Friday 28 February draw closer.
Whilst the biggest noise had been made about the race for the Secretary General's post where Ababu Namwamba and Agnes Zani are competing, there has been less verve about other posts.
And with delegates starting to arrive in Nairobi for the weekend polls, the stage is set for last minute battles for supremacy.
" I hope for free and fair elections and believe that we will deliver good ones that will be accepted by all and give the party a good name, Wilson Kipkorir, a delegate from the North Rift said.
ODM CEO Magerer Langat said that preparations for the polls are already complete and urged all to come out and vote for party leaders.
" We have agreed on modalities for the elections are are confident that they will run in the way we all want and that we will be happy at the end of the day, he said.
Langat urged those trying to cause disharmony within the party over the elections to take a step back and let the polls play out in peace.
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