Kenyans have voted in two national elections since August, and there are now calls for a third. Opposition leader Raila Odinga has branded the presidential election re-run a sham, and wants a new poll within three months.
The vote on Thursday was marred by violence and a low turnout. Many Odinga supporters refused to cast their ballots, banding behind the slogan ‘no reforms, no election.’
The country’s divided – and there are fears of another cycle of post-election violence. When that happened 10 years ago, 1,100 people died.
So would a third election make any difference?
Presenter: Richelle Carey
Otiende Amolo, member of NASA coalition
Agnes Gitau, specialist on East Africa
Ngunjiri Wambugu, member of Jubilee Ruling Coalition
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