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Jubilee legislators condemn ICC’s directive to have President Uhuru Kenyatta appear in person at a status conference
The conference will be held in October
The legislators dismissed the court for maliciously dragging President Uhuru to the court despite lack of evidence.
Kenya marks a year since Westgate terror attack
At least 67 people were killed in the attack
Memorial plaque to be unveiled
Relatives of victims to lay wreaths at a garden in the forest where 67 trees were planted.
Monday, 09 April 2012 20:37

Infotrak Survey Shows Raila Ahead

A newly released opinion poll by research firm Infotrak Harris shows that Prime Minister Raila Odinga remains the most popular presidential candidate and would win the general election if the polls were held now. The poll shows that more than forty per cent of Kenyans would vote for Odinga. Another twenty two per cent would vote for Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta while vice president Kalonzo Musyoka would get nine per cent of the vote. According to the poll, the orange democratic movement remains the most popular party, followed by PNU. Andrew Ochieng breaks down the statistics as revealed in the just released poll.

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