- Uhuru's promise to Marsabit
10 things you need to know about the Elections today
Raila camps in DP Ruto's turf as 3 people are shot in Uhuru's rally.
President Uhuru Kenyatta promised to give a job to the loser among two gubernatorial opponents Ukur Yattani and Mohamud Ali if Marsabit residents voted to re-elect him next month.
- Raila campaigns in Ruto's turf
NASA on Wednesday took its campaigns to Deputy President William Ruto’s Uasin Gishu backyard with calls to voters in the perceived Jubilee Party stronghold to endorse Raila Odinga's presidential bid.
- 3 shot in Uhuru rally
Three people were shot after chaos erupted at President Kenyatta’s campaign rally in Marsabit town.
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- Buzeki summoned by IEBC
Uasin Gishu independent gubernatorial candidate Bundotich Zedekiah Kiprop Buzeki has been summoned by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) for using President Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy President portraits in his campaign materials.
- NASA rejects IEBC plan
NASA has rejected a plan by the IEBC to announce the final results for the presidential election without periodic updates as they receive them.
- First Lady campaigns for Jubilee at the Coast
First Lady Margaret Kenyatta campaigned at the Coast where she urged Kwale residents to vote for Jubilee leaders in the August 8 elections.
- Sex boycott in Siaya County
A group of women supporting the ODM six-piece vote pattern in Siaya have kicked off an initiative to rally all women to deny their partners conjugal rights if they don’t support the decision.
- Uhuru's gift to Jubilee leaders
President Uhuru Kenyatta has splashed Sh500 million to finance strong Jubilee candidates in swing and opposition regions.
- Wamalwa warns Raila
Water and Irrigation CS Eugene Wamalwa has told NASA presidential candidate Raila Odinga to stop intimidating Cabinet secretaries.
- Kabogo calls for arrest of locals
Kiambu Governor William Kabogo has asked residents to arrest people who go door-to-door collecting identity cards and giving people Sh500.
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