CORD, evangelical group clash over Uhuru Park booking
Confusion persists over who will occupy Uhuru Park on the 1st of June, with both Coalitions for Reforms and Democracy (CORD) and Prayers Beyond Boundaries Ministries claiming the grounds.
Both parties have produced documents from the city county showing approval to use the venue.
CORD is adamant that it will proceed with its scheduled Madaraka Day rally at Uhuru Park while the religious group insists that its prayer crusade runs from the 31st of May to the 2nd of June at the same venue.
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