Kenya’s Supreme Court on Monday upheld President Uhuru Kenyatta’s re-election in a repeat vote that the opposition boycotted while saying electoral reforms had not been made.
Kenya’s opposition leader has called for “international intervention” amid an election crisis, saying at least 31 supporters have been killed since Friday.
Kenyan ruling party politicians have appealed for calm amid ethnic tensions in a rural area following last week’s election, which was boycotted by the main opposition group.
Uhuru Kenyatta won last week’s rerun presidential election in Kenya, which was boycotted by the main opposition group, the election commission has said.
Kenyan opposition areas were calmer a day after the country’s election commission postponed voting in four counties where deadly clashes between police and protesters have occurred.
Fears of further bloodshed has led Kenya’s election commission to postpone Saturday voting in some opposition strongholds, citing safety concerns for its workers as deadly clashes continued between police and protesters.
Opposition supporters boycotted Thursday’s rerun of Kenya’s disputed presidential election, clashing with police in some parts of the country and forcing authorities to postpone voting in areas affected by the violence.
Kenya’s repeat presidential election will be held on Thursday as planned, the electoral board has announced, as tensions mounted across the country.
Kenyan locals have poured scorn on the HMRC’s chances of apprehending a Forfar fugitive.
A Kenyan electoral commissioner has announced her resignation and said the presidential vote just eight days away cannot credibly proceed as planned.