6 January 2013
Kenya: Voter Education in Nairobi for Two Weeks
By Maureen Waruinge
Civil society groups have kicked off a nationwide 8 week civic education campaign to call on Kenyans to engage in peaceful elections.
The campaigns will also culminate in a nationwide prayer day with all presidential aspirants in a bid to get politicians to hold peaceful campaigns.Odhiambo Oketch from the Clean Kenya Campaign says they will hold a mock general election in several informal settlements to ensure people can vote in the shortest time possible.
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