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Raila campaigns to be energised by Cord Effect

29 January 2013, 17:14

Nairobi - Daily Nation reports a unit dubbed Cord Effect has been designed by the Cord alliance to add energy to its presidential campaigns.

The team plans to increase Prime Minister Raila Odinga’s chances of clinching the presidency in the March 4 General Election by injecting youth and vigour in campaigns.

It is chaired by Sports minister Ababu Namwamba and will use road shows, town hall meetings and make appearances in talk shows to reach the people.

- For more visit Daily Nation

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