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ODM attacked in Kiambu

21 February 2013, 13:54

Nairobi - A vehicle belonging to businessman Peter Kuguru, which was part of ODM campaign team was attacked in Kiambu on Wednesday night.

According to Capital News, the vehicle's windscreen was smashed as party supporters were campaigning to popularise a planned visit by CORD presidential contender Raila Odinga.

The attack occurred at Ndumberi trading centre.

- For more visit Capital News

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