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Raila: It's a 2-horse race

19 September 2012, 17:06

Nairobi - Following the results of the recently concluded by-elections, Prime Minister Raila Odinga says that the next general elections will be a two-horse race.

According to Capital News, Raila dismissed the emerging political outfits as non-starters whose impact in the next elections was likely to be inconsequential.

The Premier was speaking on Wednesday during the launch of a new Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) National Elections Board, where he reiterated that ODM was the only party with the will to make the Kenyan dream a reality.

- For more visit Capital News

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