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Kenyan police to flood streets as country braces for election violence  

Pastors from 20 churches in Eldoret, Kenya, march and pray for peaceful elections.An estimated 180,000 police officers and members of the security forces are being deployed across Kenya as the country prepares to vote on Tuesday in a fiercely contested presidential election.

Voters will either return the incumbent, Uhuru Kenyatta, who has been in power since 2013, or elect the veteran opposition politician Raila Odinga. Recent opinion polls have not indicated any clear leader in the campaign and turnout will be a key factor. Read more HERE

Pastors from 20 churches in Eldoret, Kenya, march and pray for peaceful elections.An estimated 180,000 police officers and members of the security forces are being deployed across Kenya as the country prepares to vote on Tuesday in a fiercely contested presidential election.

Voters will either return the incumbent, Uhuru Kenyatta, who has been in power since 2013, or elect the veteran opposition politician Raila Odinga. Recent opinion polls have not indicated any clear leader in the campaign and turnout will be a key factor. Read more HERE

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Published on 07/08/2017 @ 14h33   | |