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Kiyiapi tells voters to ignore coalitions

22 November 2012, 11:24

Embu -  The Standard reports that, Restore and Build Kenya presidential aspirant James ole Kiyiapi has advised the electorate to ignore political alliances being formed ahead of the next General Election.

Kiyiapi said the crafters of the alliances are driven by selfish interests and don’t care about the plight of Kenyans.

Speaking in Embu town while on a tour of the Central Eastern region, Kiyiapi told resident to vote for candidates based on their ideologies and not alliances to which they belong.

- For more details visit the Standard

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