The opposition leader in Kenya, Raila Odinga on Tuesday described the repeat presidential election held on October 26 as a “fraud” and vowed not to recognize the declared winner, Uhuru Kenyatta and his government.
Kenyans are expectant of the outcome of last Thursday’s repeat poll which was boycotted by the opposition led by Raila Odinga.
Kenyans are voting in a repeat presidential election boycotted by opposition supporters who have been asked by their leader, Raila Odinga to stay away.
Kenya’s Supreme Court on Wednesday was unable to hear a case filed by some voters seeking to have Thursday’s repeat presidential election stopped.
Three Kenyan voters have filed a suit at the country's Supreme Court asking that Thursday's repeat presidential poll be stopped from taking place.
Kenya's opposition leader Raila Odinga is urging his supporters to hold series of street protests on Tuesday and Wednesday before Thursday's repeat presidential poll.
Kenya’s electoral commission chairman Wafula Chebukati has stated that he doubts that the upcoming October 26 re-run of presidential poll would be credible and fair.
One of Kenya’s top election officials has resigned from the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC). Dr. Roselyn Akombe who is also a Commissioner at the commission made the announcement of her recognition in a statement on…
A High Court in Kenya has announced a temporary suspension of a ban placed on opposition protests by the government.
There have continuous protests by opposition supporters in Kenya despite the government placing a ban on such demonstrations.