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RBK accusses Govt spokesman of bias

19 February 2013, 13:18

Nairobi - Daily Nation reports the Restore and Build Kenya (RBK) party has accused government spokesman of being partisan over his response to the elections rigging claims. 

In a statement, RBK presidential running mate Winnie Kaburu accused Muthui Kariuki of dividing the country.

She said as a party they have had concerns about manipulation of the electoral playing field to make certain candidates “preferred candidates”. 

- For more visit Daily Nation

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