Police in Kenya fired tear gas at protestors on Tuesday during a demonstration against the country’s electoral commission.
Last month, Kenya’s Supreme Court annulled August’s presidential election result and ruled a second should be held within 60 days. Kenya’s electoral commission, the IEBC, promptly set an October 17 to meet the court’s deadline for a re-run. However, doubts
Kenya’s Supreme Court today explained why it annulled last month’s presidential election result.
Kenya’s Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) says the country’s repeated presidential election will cost taxpayers an extra $117 million (around 12 billion shillings).
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