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Jubilee, NASA intensify vote hunt with just 16 days left to polls

The two political sides are ever more aware that the music will soon come to a stop in the game of musical chairs/COURTESY

NAIROBI, Kenya, Jul 22- President Uhuru Kenyatta on Saturday took his hunt for votes to Mandera and Wajir Counties as National Super Alliance leader Raila Odinga wooed voters in Lamu and Tana River.

The Head of State outlined at every stop the work he believes his administration should be credited for undertaking in the last four and a half years.

He made the case that he needs to complete the job after laying down solid foundations and that’s why he needs a second-term.

The President and Deputy President have already made more than 400 campaign stops in more than 40 counties since May when they were handed in their nomination papers.

Odinga on the other hand sought to consolidate his support base in Lamu and Tana River where he took on the curfews imposed by government.

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