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Topic - Odinga
"I have no doubt in my mind that the 'yes' will win resoundingly."
"From the reports I have received, it is peaceful all over the country and we want this to remain that way so that Kenyans can peacefully decide their future," Mr. Odinga said after casting his vote in Kibera, where excited crowds pushed to get close to him.