Nairobi - Presidential hopefuls intensified their campaigns in various parts of the country with a common message of peace ahead of the March 4 election.
According to Daily Nation, Cord Alliance candidate Raila Odinga addressed a rally in Nairobi’s Kibera estate promising to tackle joblessness if elected, while Jubilee Coalition’s Uhuru Kenyatta and his running mate William Ruto pitched tent in Gusiiland.
Amani Coalition candidate Musalia Mudavadi and Justice minister Eugene Wamalwa were in Bungoma County where they urged the Luhya community to resist attempts to divide it and unite behind their candidature.
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