The Star (Nairobi)

Kenya: Muite Demands Inclusion to Presidential Debate

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Kenya to hold first ever presidential debate with six candidates racing to State House.

Safina presidential candidate Paul Muite wants to be enjoined in the presidential debate to be aired tomorrow evening. Muite has gone to court seeking his name to be included in the list with other aspirants.

Alliance for real change leader Mohammed Abduba Diba is also missing in the list of those scheduled to participate. The court is expected to rule on Muites' application tomorrow at 11am..

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