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Cord: We are not swaying opinion polls

14 January 2013, 16:27

Nairobi -  Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (Cord) has refuted claims that it has been swaying opinion polls in its favor.

According to The Standard, the coalition's presidential candidate Prime Minister Raila Odinga refuted their opponents' claims that the Cord alliance was behind last week’s Infotrak opinion polls which said that he is leading in popularity.

Raila was speaking at Orange house when he received Richard Onyonka and Joseph Lekuton who formally joined with the orange party. He said that he agrees with Infotrak’s findings.

- For more visit The Standard

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