25th October 2017
The opposition leader Raila Odinga, today addressing supporters at Uhuru Park in Nairobi made his long awaited BIG announcement.
"We the people of Kenya, followers of NASA movement assembled here at Uhuru Park & all the supporters all over the republic of Kenya resolve today that tomorrow the 26th October there will be no elections in the Reupblic of Kenya."
The Supreme Court failed to hear a case about Kenya Elections today for lack of quorum. Elections is to go ahead as planned for the 26th October 2017. Meanwhile Oppositions Raila Odinga addresses a rally this afternoon planned at Uhuru Park & has asked their supporters to attend in numbers for the crucial announcement to be made by the party, The National Super Alliance (NASA).
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24th October 2017
Election count down begins in Kenya as polls open in a day. Uncertainty, remains while opposition leader Raila Odinga is scheduled to make a final statement to the nation tomorrow, 25th October 2017. Uhuru Kenyatta has said the re-run of Presidential election must go ahead as planned, despite the chief electoral officer's recent statement that he cannot guarantee the polls would be credible.
Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa had a press conference last night. He insisted poisoning occured but denied saying he was poisoned in Gwanda. Accused VP Phelekezela Mphoko of spreading 'falsehoods, causing alarm, disunity and despondency...' Reaffirmed his loyalty to President Robert Mugabe.
Press Statement: Harare, 9 October 2017
Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (ARTUZ) has castigated the Minister of Primary and Secondary Education Dr Lazarus Dokora, accusing him of worsening the crisis in the education sector by imposing policies which are not user friendly.
A Press Conference was addressed by Chris Mutsvangwa led War Veterans at Hararce Club.
In response to Cabinet reshuffle and Dr Grace Mugabe’s recent statements. War vets accuse president of being selfish and encourage Muabe to go back to the party's ideology and be people centered.
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