RAILA plan to beat UHURU in first round in repeat poll leaks-This has never been seen before

Monday September 4, 2017-National Super Alliance (NASA) Presidential candidate Raila Odinga plans to beat President Uhuru Kenyatta in the first by a landslide in repeat polls.

This was revealed by Mombasa Governor Ali Hassan Joho, who revealed in details how NASA plans to achieve the ambitious plan.


Speaking at a NASA rally in Mathare, Joho revealed that the coalition would put measures in place to ensure that Raila Odinga’s votes were protected from Jubilee thieves, especially in President Uhuru Kenyatta’s strongholds.

In the new plan, Joho noted that MPs, MCAs, Senators, Women Reps and Governors elected on NASA affiliate parties would act as Raila Odinga’s agents to ensure no rigging takes place.

The NASA fraternity exuded confidence that Raila Odinga will win this election just as he won the last election but his victory stolen by Uhuru.

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  1. Jubilee needs to be very careful. NASAs game is to steal votes in jubilee areas because they know they don't have votes. They will pretend to be protecting the votes lakini they will be stealing the votes in these areas.

  2. who told u will get even 1sec in presidency doto kubwa na mkam pole pole huko kuna wenyeji

  3. Kwani MCAs, mps, women reps, senators and governors wa jubilee will be agents of UFOs? D- material

  4. Maraga put it Clear there was No rigging and 3rd Respondent was Innocent

  5. Education matters alot....joho with your D- YOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO CALCULATE a constituency has 1 MP,4-6 MCA,1 WOMEN REP,I SENETOR for the county,1 Governor,....now look here,1 constituency can have 7-13 polling stations,what arithmetics will you use to have this stations manned throughout .IDIOT

  6. Day dreaming

  7. 10M STRONG,LET THIVES FACE NASA WITHOUT STEALING AND YOU WILL SEE DUST.THIS NIKUBAYA,JUBILEE HOME SAA MBILI ASUBUHI.MATISI YAO HAS MADE THEM TO GO HOME.

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