It's just what many Kenyans feared: a disputed election outcome and allegations of vote-hacking. While Kenya's opposition claims it has evidence its candidate won the poll, the electoral commission dismisses that claim as "ridiculous".
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.
It's unclear what the new deal between opposition leader Raila Odinga and President Uhuru Kenyatta means for the country after months of political turmoil.
Raila Odinga has pulled out of the re-run of the presidential election scheduled later this month. Odinga said he wanted to allow for reforms that would deliver a "credible election."
The electoral commission has said fewer than half of eligible voters took part in the re-run presidential poll. Kenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga had boycotted the October 26 presidential election.
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