Friday, 8 February 2013

The CORD Coalition Tours Tana River, Lamu, Kilifi and Kwale Counties

Prime Minister Raila Odinga, the Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD) presidential candidate, will lead his campaign to the coastal region of the country with his co-principals. From Friday, February 8th through Sunday, February 10th, the Prime Minister, Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka and Minister Moses Wetangula will take their message of hope, change, reform and empowerment to the Tana River, Taita-Taveta, Kwale, Kilifi and Lamu counties.

Friday, February 8th

PM Raila Odinga will be in Tana River County meeting the community and addressing them at Hola, before meeting up with Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka, his running mate in Garsen for a joint rally.

VP Kalonzo Musyoka will also be in Tana River County meeting the community and addressing them in Bura before joining the CORD Presidential Candidate, Hon. Raila Odinga in Garsen for a joint rally.

Saturday, February 9th

PM will be in the Lamu and Kilifi Counties, starting in Lamu, then proceeding to Malindi and Kaloleni for joint rallies with the Vice President.

VP will also be in the Lamu and Kilifi Counties. Starting with a leaders’ meeting in Lamu, the VP will then quickly proceed to Ganze and Bahari before joining the PM in Malindi and together proceeding to Kaloleni for another joint rally.

Sunday, February 10th

There will be a joint CORD rally in Kwale County at Ukunda with all three CORD principals, preceded by stops in Matuga and Lunga Lunga by the VP, and Msambweni and Kinango for Minister Wetangula.


The CORD EFFECT juggernaut will return to Western Kenya, beginning on Saturday in Busia then proceeding to Kakamega on Monday,Vihiga on Wednesday, and Bungoma on Friday. The CORD EFFECT team will spend two days in each respective county

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