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‘No Intimacy Until Uhuru Is Voted’, Women Call For A Ban On Their Husbands Ahead Of Kenya’s Presidential Rerun

A segment of ladies in Kenya have required a sex boycott in front of the nation’s presidential survey re-run requested by the Supreme Court, the Star daily paper reports.

Despite the fact that vulnerability encompasses the October 26 surveys, ladies in the town of Nyeri in a question and answer session on Wednesday said they won’t enable men to engage in sexual relations with them unless occupant Uhuru Kenyatta is given a moment term.

Leader of the group, Rahab Mukami, a woman representative said the women had intensified campaigns to ensure Kenyatta wins the upcoming polls.

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The elections body, the Independent Elections and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) has insitsted that the polls will go ahead despite a boycott by main opposition chief, Raila Odinga, of the National Super Alliance (NASA).


Sex has been a talking point in Kenyan elections. Ahead of the first poll in August, Odinga was the first to ask for sex boycott on the eve of the polls.

“October 26 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,” he is quoted to have said.

The Opposition chief had said in June that “when you are going for war, sex is a bad omen”. The IEBC says ballot papers are ready and due in the country.

NASA has called its supporters to protest on the day of the polls. Their supporters have clashed with police in the streets and in strongholds, the protests were called by NASA who insist that without reforms, the October 26 will not hold.


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