Kenya is today holding its Second and final Presidential Debate 2013 in which all 8 candidates are invited to participate.
The eight candidates include Musalia Mudavadi (Amani coalition), Uhuru Kenyatta (Jubilee), Martha Karua (Narc-Kenya), James ole Kiyiapi (Restore and Rebuild Kenya), Peter Kenneth (Eagle Coalition), Paul Muite (SAFINA), Mohamed Abduda Dida (ARK) and Prime Minister Raila Odinga of the CORD party.
-Jubilee’s Uhuru Kenyatta to take part in Second Presidential Debate
Jubilee Alliance has confirmed that its flag-bearer Uhuru Kenyatta will participate in the second debate.The alliance had last week written a letter to the organizers of the presidential debates indicating that the alliance would pull its candidates over unfairness and bias against Uhuru Kenyatta in the first debate.
-Kenya’s second debate to focus on the economy and land issues
Wachira Waruru, the chairman of the presidential debate steering committee says Kenyans will see a much improved debate from the first debate.Much of the discussion will be on the economy and land issues.
Though the First Kenyan Presidential debate focused on different issues ranging from tribal-based politics, health, security, education , there was no serious interrogation of the candidates ,now Wachira says the second Kenyan Presidential debate will be better than the first presidential debate which was held on February 11th.