Kenyan Govt Denies Rigging Allegations

Internal Security Permanent Secretary Mutea Iringo has refuted allegations that the government is planning to rig the March 4 presidential elections in favour of Jubilee candidate Uhuru Kenyatta.

VIDEO: Kenya Denies Rigging Allegations

Internal Security Permanent Secretary, Mutea Iringo, has denied allegations of a plan by the government to rig the March 4th presidential polls in ... see more »

The CORD Alliance members (file photo): The government has denied allegations by CORD that it planned to rig elections in favour of Jubilee party.The CORD Alliance members

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