Post-election protests have rocked opposition strongholds since President Uhuru Kenyatta was declared the winner earlier this week. On Sunday the opposition held a rally for supporters, maintaining the vote was rigged.
Kenya's Supreme Court has delivered scathing criticism of the election board's conduct during last month's botched presidential vote. The opposition claims the poll was manipulated to help President Kenyatta win.
Kenya's electoral commission is struggling to upgrade voter technology in time, while minority candidate Ekuru Aukos says he also wants to be included in the poll.
President Kenyatta respects the Supreme Court decision nullifying his election victory in Kenya. But battle lines are being drawn ahead of a rerun election - and the judiciary's role is coming under the spotlight.
Kenya's Raila Odinga won the first round of the election petition after the Supreme Court given him access to the electoral commission’s servers. It's the biggest step for the opposition to prove that votes were rigged.
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