20-02-2017 by redazione
According to the first official agency IPSOS surveys regarding the upcoming presidential elections in Kenya, which will be held on August 8, 2017, the incumbent President Uhuru Kenyatta would lead over rival Raila Odinga as many as 14 percentage points. 49 per cent against 35 of the opposition leader.
Two other minor candidates, Kalonzo Musyoka and Musalia Mudavadi, barely reach 6 percent in two.
The two however are part of the wing opposition, but that does not allow the alliance to wrest the leadership of the Jubilee Party Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto.
According to its potential voters, the President Kenyatta son of the "Father of the Nation" Jomo who sat on the bench for the first highest in the country, would vote for the second time by virtue of the process of reconciliation between different ethnic groups, economic development and the fight against corruption, but for which honestly still you do not see the fruits. Across the Raila fans consider it a bit 'old, but still candidabile for what will probably be his last election adventure in search of the scepter.
The foreign ministries of the countries whose citizens have been assiduously participating in Kenya have not issued any particular announcement in view of the national elections in August, a sign that the current situation does not cause particular fears.
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he Supreme Court of Kenya upheld the appeal of the Opposition represented by Nasa Alliance and its candidate President Raila Odinga, annulling the result of the national elections.
This is an unprecedented fact in a Republic of the African Continent.
US Ambassador to Kenya Robert Godec spoke in press on the forthcoming presidential election in Kenya.
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