12 February 2013
Kenya: Face Off Over Security,Health and Education
By Macharia Wamugo
In the first ever Kenyan pre- election presidential debate held yesterday the eight presidential candidates promised to invest in security, provide better pay for police and equipment to fight crime. Musalia Mudavadi, Martha Karua and Peter Kenneth promised to step up efforts at community policing and other underlying causes.
SECURITY - DEBATE:
The candidates also focused on education and pledged more funds to ensure more children go to school and teachers are hired.
DEBATE - TEACHERS:
They blamed corruption for the mess in the health sector.
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