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Citizen Prematurely Ends Ruto Coverage At Nyayo Stadium As Uhuru Roars in Mt Kenya

by Paul Nyongesa
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Citizen Prematurely Ends Ruto Coverage At Nyayo Stadium As Uhuru Roars in Mt Kenya

Citizen TV was Forced To Prematurely Cut Short Coverage of Ruto’s Event at Nyayo Stadium after ODM leader Raila Odinga Took to stage to Make his speech. The Leading Media House was offering Split screen for two candidates but Made the Drastic Move in order to ensure That Azimio got its message aired out to the globe.

However, They immediately Resumed Coverage after Raila’s Event had ended.

Speaking during his submission, Azimio presidential candidate Raila Odinga pledged to shake hands with his main competitor William Ruto if he win the upcoming polls slated for Tuesday.

“I want to assure Kenyans that I will continue with this handshake doctrine, the doctrine of unclenching the fist. For the sake of Kenya, I will shake the hand of my rivals and pay the political price if I have to,” he said.

“I will shake their hand if I win. And I will shake their hand if I don’t. And I will do it because I love Kenya more than I love Raila Amolo Odinga.

Raila said the election is a mere three days away and Kenyans should make arrangements to vote.

“Let’s vote early. Let’s win early. I need the vote of each and every one of you listening to me now. Choose your president yourself,” he said.

“Peace be with you all. God Bless you, God Bless this election, and God, Bless this our land and Nation.”

Raila was making the last submissions ahead of the high stakes Tuesday’s presidential contest pitying him against Deputy President William Ruto.

Odìnga also revealed that his victory is just a matter of time calling on Kenyans to come out in numbers to back his bid.

“I declare a celebration and also declare a battle cry, we are on the verge of the great victory,” Raila said amidst applause from thousands of supporters.

“Next Tuesday, all Azmio followers have to be at their polling stations by 6 am and cast their vote. Either something very good will happen, or something terrible will happen.

“We have a choice of the Promised Land, But the Land of Bondage is also within sight.”

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