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Raila to resolve primaries row in ODM

13 February 2013, 11:49

Nairobi - The Standard reports Prime Minister Raila Odinga has acknowledged that some aspirants were not satisfied with Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) primaries but maintained they could not afford to divide votes.

Raila who was campaigning in Nairobi a day after the presidential debate called for a six-piece suit in Nairobi.

He said they would sit down with disgruntled candidates and agree on how to face the March 4 General Election as a united team.

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