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KTN Prime 23rd December 2015

23, Dec 2015

Kenyans are sharply divided on whether cord leader Raila Odinga should hang his political boots ahead of 2017 general election. This according to a survey by IPSOS that shows 34 per cent of those interviewed supporting his exit from active politics compared to 35 per cent who would want his name on the ballot. However, if elections were to be held today Uhuru Kenyatta would garner 40 per cent support compared to Odinga’s 29 per cent.