Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta set for another term +++ Tension remains in Cameroon's English speaking regions +++ Feminist blogger Minna Salami talks to DW
Roselyn Akombe has stepped down from commission responsible for safeguarding democratic elections. Kenya is readying for a second presidential election, amid street protests and claims it will not be fair.
Soon after opposition head Raila Odinga dropped Kenya's election rerun, lawmakers passed a bill making it easier to name President Uhuru Kenyatta the winner. But a recent court ruling means he may face a new challenger.
Kenya’s opposition candidate Raila Odinga has told DW that some changes need to take place at the electoral commission if he is to take part in the repeat election set for October 26. President Uhuru Kenyatta disagrees.
With new developments by the day, what will happen next in Kenya's election saga is anyone's guess. DW takes at look at how things stand and the implications of a possible constitutional crisis.
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