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Raila Odinga

There will be no election next week by the inept @IEBCKenya and no amount of threats from any quarter will subdue Kenyans into acceptance.
We pass our condolences to all the bereaved families and vow to follow up each case with a view to bringing those responsible to justice.
The right to life is enshrined in our constitution. Extrajudicial killings have no place whatsoever in ours or indeed any moral society.
Our journey to Canaan is on course and there is no turning back. There will be no election on October 26th.
We are raring to make Kenyans' lives better. The forces of evil intent on holding us back are hereby firmly put on notice.
It makes no sense at all that some quarters outside the IEBC are adamant that the sham election should take place next week.
We tell the current regime that tactics from yesteryear that have no place in our current constitutional dispensation will not hold us back
The steady resolve of ordinary Kenyans to stand with our coalition in the quest for justice becomes increasingly clear with each passing day
Reiterating our coalition's stand at Kamukunji Grounds, Shauri Moyo (II) m.facebook.com/story.php?stor…
Reiterating our coalition's stand at Kamukunji Grounds, Shauri Moyo (I) m.facebook.com/story.php?stor…
In honour of the innocent victims of the State, our protests will stay suspended. We will mark the memory of these victims on Mashujaa Day.
We shall not cease nor tire until the will of the people prevails in full #GodWithUs #NoReformsNoElections
(2/2) My speech that I delivered at Chatham House today: 'Kenya's Next Test: Democracy, Elections and the Rule of Law'. @ChathamHouse
(1/2) My speech that I delivered at Chatham House today: 'Kenya's Next Test: Democracy, Elections and the Rule of Law'. @ChathamHouse
As UK Minister of State for Africa, Rory Stewart OBE shares my commitment to promoting and maintaining political stability in Kenya.
My meeting with former UN Deputy Secretary General, Lord Mark Malloch Brown, yielded valuable insights into Kenya's political situation.
I value greatly the wise counsel that Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury, imparted when I paid a courtesy call on him this morning.
NASA Coalition has not placed any such advertisement in any publication.
My statement from our meeting with Kajiado leaders at Okoa Kenya Secretariat earlier today #NoReformsNoElections
Our remarks from our meeting with a delegation from Kajiado earlier today at Okoa Kenya Secretariat:
President Kenyatta needs to stop the victim-in-chief mentality and take responsibility for the country's economic situation.
 
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