Raila heads off to Lesotho
24 February 2015, 12:44
Nairobi - CORD leader Raila Odinga will travel to Lesotho as part of an African Union AU election observer team.
Raila was appointed last year to the AU mission of election observers and has so far taken part in elections across the continent, with his last mission being to Mozambique in October 2014.
This year, he has been asked by the AU to lead the observer mission.
The Lesotho election will take place Saturday 28 February 2014.
His job in the southern African country will be to detail a number of reports which will speak on the state of the polls as well as await the results of the elections then produce a far more detailed report on the elections.
The first report will be released just after the voting day, where it will talk on the manner in which the polling went.
Raila will leave the country Wednesday.
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