This time the Kenyan presidential election could have been about issues - By Andrew Green

From African Arguments Fri Feb 22 2013, 05:19:04

Since multi-party democracy returned to Kenya in 1992, voting at election time has largely divided itself along ethnic lines. In 2007, when President Mwai Kibaki narrowly edged out Raila Odinga under a cloud of suspected vote tampering, the country descended

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