Kenya Elections-Ruling Party Claims Rigging
By Reuters- Kenya’s ruling party has claimed that the elections are being rigged, fuelling anxiety among the citizens.
The secretary-general of Kenya’s governing party said this Friday without providing evidence of his claims.
Weather African leaders like it or not, it is time to turn Africa into a paradise. It started with Zambia when they overthrew their ruling party that has been living on oppressing its people. It is now coming to Kenya, before we know it, Zimbabwe will be next, then the last will be South Africa.
There is a political revolution in the Southern African politics. Southern Africa about changed by God it's political atmosphere. It is time that Africa becomes a leading continent. As rich as it is, but you would wonder that we are the poorest in the world. It is due to these corrupt leaders squandering our natural resources, good luck Kenya.
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