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Kalonzo dismisses latest opinion poll

12 November 2012, 11:40 Steve Wambugu

Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka on Saturday took his campaigns to Nakuru town where he dismissed a recent opinion poll that rated him behind other presidential hopefuls.

Kalonzo was addressing a Muslims congregation before opening a Wiper Democratic Movement office at Shabab estate when he said that the opinion poll results were crafted by well paid individuals who are out to malign him.

He said that he will be exposing those behind crafted opinion polls soon, adding that he is firmly in the presidential race.

He blamed other presidential hopefuls for rumor mongering after sensing defeat and promised to carry out robust campaigns immediately he officially launches his campaigns.

He also called on all Kenyans to register as voters in big numbers once the exercise kicks off.

Kalonzo was accompanied by nominated MP Shakila Abdallah and former MP Francis Nyenze.

 
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