Visitors to Nairobi be warned: Kenyans are bracing themselves for a gruelling general election and it may be advisable to keep off wearing orange clothes. Two of the leading parties are using the colour as part of their identity to campaign for their presidential, parliamentary and civic candidates in the polls, which are scheduled for 27 December. The two parties are Orange Democratic Movement (ODM), led by former Langata member of parliament (MP) Raila Odinga, and ODM-Kenya, led by ex Mwingi North MP Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka. In October they both launched their presidential campaigns at the city

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