Uhuru gradually losing marginalized communities votes, says NIS report

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By NepJournal July 2, 2017 12:41

By NJ Correspondent:

President Uhuru Kenyatta

President Uhuru Kenyatta losing badly on marginalized communities votes with only less 4o days to the August polls in a recently released National Intelligence service (NIS) secret report.
According to the secret report disclosed to the President, a number of counties that their leaders endorsed him at State House and voted for him in 2013 dwindles to support him in August polls.
Uhuru is advised to do extra hard to score a sizeable number of votes in a number of swing counties across the country.
A source privy to NIS report says Uhuru is set to act by launching vindictive campaigns in the counties under question to achieve constitutional threshold to win the seat a head of August elections.
“I can assure you that all is not well especially in marginalized counties where he scored well in 2013. He is gradually losing support to the opposition,” reads the report.
Uhuru’s close allies said the president has launched a serious campaign. He will be seen traversing the counties and the coming weeks business will not be as usual.
Among the counties in question whose leaders endorsed Uhuru at state include Garissa, Mandera, Laikipia, Kajiado, Narok, Samburu and Isiolo
NASA and Jubilee parties have 7 million votes each in their strong holds and battling for 5 million swinging votes majority from marginalized communities.

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