Why Raila’s Team Has Gone into Hiding

Days after elections Raila's team has now forced to go into hiding

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Agents working for Odinga during the polls say that they have not been paid their dues even after completing tasks assigned to them.

This has piled pressure on those coordinating the process.

NASA election Coordinators Dickson Manyara and his Laikipia counterpart Abraham Lemanyishoe alleged that they had received threats on their lives.

Mr. Manyara divulged that some constituency chief agents were forced to run away from their homes.

“We have been under immense pressure from these agents who think that we have received the money on their behalf and sat on it,” Manyara was quoted by the Nation.

The duo urged the NASA Secretariat to make the payments promptly.

"We are calling on the secretariat to give us a timeline when the agents are going to get the money or call a meeting to make the matter clear,” they emphasised.

Mr. Lemanyishoe noted that the anxiety came about after rumors indicated that Jubilee agents were already receiving their money.

"Our people are getting impatient which is a normal thing after reports that Jubilee agents have started receiving their money,"  he said.

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