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Kenyan politicians join Museveni’s campaign trail

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By GLV reporter.

Kenya’s Prime Minister Raila Odinga Friday joined Uganda’s President Museveni during campaigns in Nawaninji Sub-county, Iganga District.

Mr. Odinga was at Iganga with MP Rachael Sebeth, who had joined Museveni at the campaign rally. It is not yet clear why they came to Uganda but reports which GLV is yet to verify say the duo had come to seek President Museveni’s advice on ICC indictment fate.

“Uganda is now a very peaceful country. Be very keen and vote for a very good person that will take this country forward and we shall always stand by you,” Mr Odinga told more than five thousand people at the rally.

“During Idi Amin’s era, when people in this country used to slaughter each other like goats, Kenya stood with Uganda, Tanzania did the same in the spirit of East Africa and Amin was removed. Uganda came to rescue us during the political turmoil in 2008,” he said.

At the Iganga Municipal grounds, Rachael Sebeth, a Kenyan MP who accompanied Mr Odinga, said: “As young people, we are ready for the unity of East Africa. I want to thank those who have fought for the pacification of Uganda. I want to join Ugandans in thanking Museveni. As you cast your vote, vote wisely.”

Museveni told his audience that Besigye and other opposition contestants are cowards who left Uganda in problems  and fled to outside country and now are coming to borrow votes when they did nothing to help Ugandans.

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