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Kiyiapi dismises latest opinion polls

15 January 2013, 13:02 Antony Muriuki

Presidential hopeful Prof Ole Kiyiapi on Monday dismissed the Infotrack opinion poll that ranked him last as fictitious and malicious ahead of the general elections.

Speaking in Meru town during a home coming rally of his running mate Winnie Kaburu, the Restore and Build Kenya Party flag bearer lamented that the latest opinion polls are fake and misleading.

Addressing a crowd at Meru stage bus terminus and Makutano shopping centre in Imenti North District, the presidential candidate said the presidential opinion polls are just out to serve a specific politician for a political favour ahead of the March 4th polls.

“I urge Kenyans not to give room to such opinion polls since they are conducted in the dark. Majority of Kenyans are not reached for their opinions. I can assure Kenyans that I will rank top come March 4th 2013,” noted Kiyiapi.

Kiyiapi however expressed confidence that he will win the next general election and become the fourth president of the republic of Kenyan contrary to the Info track opinion poll results.

“They are said to have zero support; I will shame them by becoming top after the election. I am sure Kenyans have a lot of confidence in me and they will overwhelmingly vote for me,” he added.  

The former Education Permanent Secretary added that he is devoted to transform this nation if elected, noting his passion is to change this nation from poverty to economical powerhouse.  

He added that many politicians in the country have been cheating Kenyans during their time in power by not delivering to the wananchi.  

He asked Kenyans not to vote for any member of parliament in the 10th parliament seeking any elective seat for their ill motive of demanding KES 9.3 million send off package while millions of Kenyans are languishing in poverty.    

“How blind can Kenyans be by voting for any member in the 10th parliament seeking any seat? They are just selfish and unrealistic; let them go home,” said Kiyiapi.

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