NASA brigade wound up its election campaigns in Kisii with the presidential flag bearer Raila Odinga selling the coalition’s manifesto.
Addressing a rally at Gusii stadium, Raila enumerated free education, milk, stipends for the elderly and single mothers as those to attract most support from the government.
He further announced establishment of industrial parks to train youths on vocational skills and seed money to start income generating ventures.
At the same time ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi dismissed opinion polls creating the impression that Kisii County was a swing vote zone saying it remains a NASA stronghold.
FORD Kenya leader Moses Wetangula urged the area electorate to turn up in large numbers and demonstrate their resolve to install in power Raila Odinga through the ballot.
Missing conspicuously was Chama cha Mashinani leader Isaac Ruto who was said to be consolidating the Bomet county vote.
Elsewhere, NASA candidates from Kisii county have expressed their fears on election rigging citing situations they claimed will compromise free, fair and credible elections.
This follows Matiang’i’s directive to rid off polling centers of any idlers purporting to guard votes.
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