After Uhuru Kenyatta win, all eyes on Raila Odinga

What you need to know:

  • Thursday's vote was fraught with problems, with polling prevented by violent demonstrations in four western counties where Mr Odinga supporters had widely observed a boycott, prompting two days of running battles with security forces that left nine people dead.
  • Election chief Wafula Chebukati said he was confident the poll had been "free, fair and credible".

Kenya was once again left waiting Tuesday, as embattled opposition leader Raila Odinga prepared to lay out his strategy following a boycott of last week's protest-hit elections that handed President Uhuru Kenyatta a landslide win.


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