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Kenya’s opposition leader Raila Odinga calls for another election after boycott of repeat polls

Kenya’s opposition leader Raila Odinga has called for another election after boycotting the repeat elections organised on October 26.

Kenya govt defends low turnout in ‘chaotic’ repeat polls

The Kenyan government says president Uhuru Kenyatta will have a mandate irrespective of the turnout in the chaotic October 26 presidential election re-run.

Kenya gripped by tension as Kenyatta leads in disputed poll

Kenya was stuck in a dangerous limbo Saturday as President Uhuru Kenyatta took an unassailable lead in a disputed poll that has sparked violent protests in which nine have died.

Presidential election rerun postponed in western Kenya

Kenya's electoral commission has postponed for the second time in two days the presidential election rerun in some parts of the country's western region over security concerns.

One dead as fresh protests erupt after Kenya’s divisive vote

One person was shot dead in fresh protests in western Kenya on Friday, further staining a presidential election marred by division, low turnout and violence.

Kenya’s opposition reject election re-run as “a sham”

Kenya’s opposition rejected the nation’s election re-run as “a sham” and said on Friday that plans to reorganise voting in its western strongholds where polls did not open risked provoking further violence and should be canceled.

Kenya rerun election: Uhuru Kenyatta’s victory tainted by low turnout

President Uhuru Kenyatta is cruising home to victory as the result of Kenya’s rerun election trickled in on Friday.

Three dead, 30 wounded in Kenya poll clashes

At least three people were shot dead Thursday and more than 30 wounded as opposition protesters clashed with police during Kenya’s presidential re-run, police and hospital sources said.

Kenya opposition protests as electoral body mulls next step

Supporters of Kenya’s opposition leader Raila Odinga took to the streets Wednesday as poll officials mull their next move after his withdrawal from a presidential election plunged the country into uncharted waters.

Kenyan opposition launch second protest against electoral commission officials

Kenyan police fired teargas at hundreds of opposition supporters in the capital Nairobi calling for the sack of some electoral commission officials.

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