RAILA’s CORD will win the election with over 8 MILLION VOTES


Sunday December 23, 2012 - The Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD) has exuded confidence that it will win the upcoming elections by over 8 million votes.

In a joint statement signed by ODM Secretary General Prof Anyang Nyong’o, CORD said it is now clear from the voter registration figures released by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) that they will triumph in the upcoming polls.

“We expect, given the level of our support from our various parties, to win the presidential election with more than 8 million votes, at least 160 parliamentary seats, and 29 seats each for governorships and the senate. CORD will also win more than 30 women’s seat and gain the majority in more than 31 county assemblies,” Anyang Nyong’o said.

He urged CORD supporters to come out in large numbers and vote to secure the victory so that they can push the legislative changes that Kenyans demand.

He said CORD stands for fundamental change emphasizing national unity, justice for all and equitable distribution of the nation’s resources while the Jubilee coalition represents the status quo.

The Kenyan DAILY POST

8 comments for RAILA’s CORD will win the election with over 8 MILLION VOTES

  1. Nyongo u caused PEV thru these utterances. CORD has no votes. period.

  2. Hon Prof. From where??? Remember not ghost voters now

  3. We are basing our report on the recent voter registration statistics by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) released on Thursday.

    Here is the summary of our findings.

    REGION NUMBER OF REGISTERED VOTES APROXIMATE VOTES OF CORD APROXIMATE VOTES OF JUBILEE
    Eastern 2,092,883 1,100,000 992,883
    Central 2,190,447 190447 2,000,000
    Western 1,434,987 1,200,000 234,997
    Nyanza 1,954,756 1,754,000 200,000
    Nairobi 1,778,903 888,542 888,452
    Coast 1,164,083 800,000 364,083
    North Eastern 347,457 147,457 200,000
    RiftValley 3,373,853 873,853 2,500,000
    Totals 14,334,774 6,954,299 7,380,415

    With the recent defections of the NE mps to Jubilee from ODM numbers might even change, Again depending on Ngilu’s campaign strategy Eastern might change also Western vote will incline more to ODM, Nairobi seems to be falling in favors of Jubilee so more changes are expected Mainly on Eatern, NE, Western & Nairobi
    The Big Question: Will the European Union, US & the West sit down and watch the presidency slip through Raila’s hand just like that? Expect a bigger arm twisting from the the Masters in form of Travel bans, Trade embargo’s, or even locally the courts might come up with a surprise Joker card(what happened during the meeting that Willy Mutunga had with Hillary, Koffi Annan,Mkapa, etc?)
    So don’t pop up the cock yet as there is more to come
    My Take is Uhuru’s Name might not appear on the ballot!!!

  4. Wishful thinking. Start practicing haki yetu songs.

  5. Counting chicks before they hatch? That's gross!

  6. do not be too sure boss. next year there will be no "haki yetu". ur confidence will betray u and do harm than good. so cool down wait for the results after 4th of march 2013. then we will start talking

  7. ANYONE WHO KNOWS THE WHEREABOUTS OF PROFESSOR NYONG'O?

  8. @murung:try to bite what you can chew brother!making blantant and ignorant assertions like these tells alot about you.you should instead be advocating for peaceful elections. thing about that man!

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