....the campaign ended, the playing field is not even," Odinga mentioned.
Meanwhile, the former Prime Minister is set to travel to the United Kingdom (UK) barely two weeks to the repeat election.
Through his Spokesman Dennis Onyango, Mr Odinga announced that he would be visiting the UK this coming week to attend to some official functions.
“He is traveling to the UK. He is supposed to deliver a lecture at Chatham House, The Royal Institute of International Affairs in the UK,” Mr Onyango told the Nation.
Odinga's move to travel to the UK has reportedly caused tension in Jubilee with leaders fearing that the Opposition leader might not return in time to participate in the election.
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