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Kenneth has best policies to tackle tribalism, poll

14 February 2013, 09:28

Nairobi - The Standard reports an opinion poll shows Eagle Coalition presidential candidate Peter Kenneth as the winner on the best policies and plans to tackle tribalism in the Monday presidential debate. 

According to poll conducted by Ipsos Synovate of the persons interviewed, 23 per cent said Kenneth emerged top on the issue of tribalism.

CORD Alliance presidential candidate Raila Odinga and Uhuru Kenyatta of Jubilee Coalition tied at second position, with 22 per cent rating. Narc Kenya presidential Martha Karua candidate came fourth at 12 per cent, with the survey saying she had the best plans to handle tribalism.

Peter Kenneth

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