Raila's US trip will not 'derail' referendum
29 September 2014, 17:07
Nairobi - CORD leader Raila Odinga says that the Okoa Kenya referendum campaign will continue despite there being a chance that Governors will drop their referendum campaign.
Speaking in Kwale Monday afternoon, Raila said that despite Governors looking increasingly likely to drop their referendum campaign, Okoa Kenya will not be cowed by the decisions.
" What we do is for the sake of Kenyans and what others do will not stop us from continuing with our campaign, he said.
Raila also insisted that despite there being lies peddled about the referendum, there will be no stopping the Okoa Kenya campaign.
" We have stated our stand. We have given our reasons. We now move on to what is important to the country and its people, he added.
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Raila is expected to head to the United States in the coming weeks and he says that his absence will not derail the campaign.
" We already have momentum and me being away will not stop that, he added.
The CORD team is closing in on the final stages of its referendum campaign, with public education set to take place in the coming 30 days.
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