Kenyans in Rwanda vote

By IGIHE
On 8 August 2017 at 11:25

Kenyans in Rwanda descended upon the Embassy in Kigali to cast their vote today in the morning at Kacyiru.
Those who discussed with IGIHE this morning said that over 850 Kenyan’s are expected to vote for the president at the Kenyan Embassy in Kigali. The winner of the vote will lead Kenya for the next five years.
Tuesday’s election is seen as a crucial test of Kenya’s progress since a disputed poll a decade ago led to two months of politically motivated ethnic clashes.
The elections are (...)

Kenyans in Rwanda descended upon the Embassy in Kigali to cast their vote today in the morning at Kacyiru.

Those who discussed with IGIHE this morning said that over 850 Kenyan’s are expected to vote for the president at the Kenyan Embassy in Kigali. The winner of the vote will lead Kenya for the next five years.

Tuesday’s election is seen as a crucial test of Kenya’s progress since a disputed poll a decade ago led to two months of politically motivated ethnic clashes.

The elections are between incumbent Uhuru Kenyatta of the Jubilee Political Party and his rival Raila Odinga from the opposition National Super Alliance (NASA) who has already heightened claims of vote rigging and fears of violence.


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