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Raila Asks Supporters Not To Engage In Sexual Activities On Elections Eve

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Raila Odinga on a campaign tour. / RAILA ODINGA FACEBOOK

Raila Odinga has asked his supporters not to have sex a day before the elections.

Speaking to Homa Bay residents on Monday, the Presidential candidate on a NASA ticket asked the people to only have intercourse after results are announced.

”August 8 will be a historic day and no vote will be left without being cast. Men will sleep outside. When the day comes, no man should sleep with a woman.”

Raila further asked his supporters to wake up early and not engage in activities that could prevent them from going to vote.

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“We have a war to fight. Let us have sex after we get the presidency.”

He especially asked men to abstain from sex, saying it would result in some of them failing to vote on August 8.

Women, he said, should not consent to lovemaking on the night of August 7.

“All women should deny their husbands conjugal rights on the eve of voting,” he said.

“This will ensure that we wake up early to vote and remain vigilant throughout the day until the results are tallied and announced.”

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On June 3 and later on 23, Raila asked National Super Alliance supporters to abstain from sex on the eve of elections.

“When you are going for war, sex is a bad omen,” he said.

Here is the video:

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