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Raila accepts electoral team's exit package deal

Cord leader Raila Odinga welcomes agreement reached for electoral commissioners to leave office following exit package talks on Wednesday.

Mr Odinga has also urged leaders to embrace dialogue on other issues affecting the country.

The cord leader had been at the forefront of political pressure to kick out the electoral team bosses following a perceived loss of confidence in their ability to manage the 2017 General Elections.

On Thursday, the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) bosses agreed to leave office provided they are paid all their salaries and allowances.

Cord leaders Raila Odinga, Kalonzo Musyoka and Moses Wetang'ula had to take to the streets, mobilising protests countrywide, to force the election team to go home. Several people died during the protests after police used excessive force to quell the growing dissent.

Following a closed door meeting on Thursday, IEBC chairman Ahmed Issack Hassan said that all the nine commissioners were willing to go home to end the impasse.

Public started questioning the credibility of the IEBC team after two officials of a United Kingdom firm, Smith & Ouzman over kickbacks that were paid to officials in Kenya to win ballot paper and exam printing tenders in Kenya.




Imani Radio and TV ministries organized a weekend mission on 16th April 2016 in Apong’ai, Pokot. That is a few kilometers from the Kenya Uganda frontier. The team was loaded with boxes full of Christian magazines, Sunday school books, commentary books and Imani solar powered radios which have been installed with the Swahili Bible.

The Team led by Jack Irungu, a presenter at Imani Radio Kitale, was cordially welcomed by the residents. Pastor Samuel Tulia and Reverend Christopher Siokani organized the congregation and ministered to them briefly before giving out the gifts.

The residents were overwhelmed by the gifts. They could relate more with the radios since they use the sun to charge and Imani Radio is loud and clear in the area.


Insert: Residents receiving gifts from the Imani Ministries team.



The residents requested if they could get bibles in their dialect since most of them are neither conversant with Swahili nor English.

The team also dug boreholes so as to help the residents access clean water. They have a challenge of pit latrines. There is no single pit latrine in the area and they would be humbled if they get some. Despite all that, they thanked Imani Radio and TV ministries for bringing light to them.