Kenya’s opposition leader Raila Odinga calls for fresh election in Kenya come August 2018 in Kenya. He also says he has no plans for a coup.
Kenya last year 2017 held two elections after the first poll was canceled by the Supreme Court claiming it wasn’t free and fair.
The re-election was boycotted by Odinga saying that the re-election was even worse than the first election polls held. However, this didn’t stop the people of Kenya to vote for Kenyatta as their president
During an interview, Mr. Odinga, said he doesn’t see Kenyatta as the president of the republic of Kenya simply because he lacks legitimacy of Kenyan people
Odinga sworn in as people’s president last month January in Kenya’s capital Nairobi. He had promised to list he’s cabinet but unfortunately he didn’t. Can Kenya hold the third election in less than a year?
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