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Raila welcomes Obama's message

06 February 2013, 17:54

Nairobi - Daily Nation reports President Barrack Obama's message to Kenyan voters that urged for a peaceful election has been hailed by Raila Odinga.

The Prime Minister said it is a pleasure to know that the President is taking such keen personal interest in the unfolding Kenyan election, and is also so fully aware of the key issues at play.

According to Odinga, Kenyans want an end to violence and intimidation during this campaign period.

- For more visit Daily Nation

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