Cord and Jubilee to Spend Billions On Campaigning.

17 Jan
Orange democratic movement presidential candid...

Orange democratic movement presidential candidate Raila Odinga (Photo credit: Wikipedia)


Prime Minister Raila Odinga and his CORD coalition plans to spent Sh13 billion between now and March 4, raised in the last one year from what the Raila campaign team describes as ‘well wishers’.




Coalition for Reforms and Democracy, CORD, has already acquired three helicopters from the campaign funds, that will be used by the coalition’s principals during the campaigns.








In addition to the choppers, the coalition has  acquired about 74 Land Cruiser vehicles branded with Cord colors and Raila’s name as the coalition’s presidential candidate have been deployed to different counties.




Jubilee Coalition on its part plans to spend an estimated Sh10 billion in campaigns, some of have gone into procuring two branded choppers,  aimed at propelling Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta into State House.








TNA has acquired 10 branded four-wheel-drive vehicles at an estimated cost of Sh30 million. The vehicles painted red with Uhuru’s name on the side are to be used to transport TNA staff during rallies and roadshows.


U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton...

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton (center) walks with Kenyan Minister of Agriculture William Ruto (left) and Kenyan environmental and political activist Wangari Maathai (right) during a tour of the Kenyan Agricultural Research Institute (KARI) near Nairobi, Kenya August 5, 2009. (State Department Photo) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)


On his part William Ruto of URP acquired five branded four-wheel-drive vehicles and bought a chopper.




The largest portion of his campaign budget will be spent on rallies and publicity with  Sh300 million alone go into three events in Nairobi.







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