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Tuju warns over coalition deals

03 December 2012, 16:24

Nairobi - Party of Action (Poa) presidential aspirant Raphael Tuju has warned that coalitions based on hate and fear will polarise the country more than it was during the last elections in 2007.

According to Daily Nation, Tuju on Sunday said it is important for politicians to form alliances based on public interest, rather than personal benefits.

He said having coalitions based on who we hate or fear will lead us to the next elections more polarized than we were in 2007.

- For more details visit Daily Nation

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