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Kenya election polls: Odinga now is ahead

For the first time Kenyatta's Jubilee Party is under NASA

23-07-2017 by redazione

For the first time since the beginning of the election campaign in Kenya, opposition candidate Raila Odinga surpassed outgoing President Uhuru Kenyatta in the polls of Infotrak.
This is the polling polling company right in Kenyatta, the same as last February, which even made it ten long.
A poll commissioned by Odinga's NASA alliance came out week after, which actually signaled it was in favor (47% against Kenyatta's 46), while the Infotrack yesterday even reported it to 48 percent, two points over its rival and current leader .
According to the company overtaking would be due to the rate of undeclared, which dropped to 3% from the initial 7%, and it seems that the undecided have gone for the most part with the opposition.
If these data were confirmed, Kenya would turn to the page, tasting the form of democracy that European countries have long accustomed to and which is called "alternation".
President Kenyatta, who based his electoral campaign on peace and respect, has already stated that he will accept the verdict of the urns serenely.
Kenya is under the spotlight of the whole world, and particularly Kenyatta and his deputy Ruto, who have left the indictment for genocide of the International Hague Tribunal, following the post-election chaos of 2008.

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