Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta set for another term +++ Tension remains in Cameroon's English speaking regions +++ Feminist blogger Minna Salami talks to DW
A call to Kenyans to skip work Monday by veteran opposition leader Raila Odinga has followed urgings from the European Union that he concede defeat. Nairobi has seen brief clashes on an otherwise quiet Sunday.
A senior government official has warned social media users that security forces will arrest those sharing messages or information deemed inflammatory after a disputed election. Several people have already been detained.
Even before the result is official, there can be no doubt that Uhuru Kenyatta has been reelected president of Kenya. But the threat of violence remains, says DW's Andrea Schmidt.
Under the shadow of an ongoing tallying dispute in Kenya’s presidential election, three women are set to become governors. However, there is still a long road to go as far as female representation is concerned.
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