Kenya Court Upholds Election Results

    Kenya Supreme court's six-judge bench led by Willy Mutunga (3rd L), Kenya's Chief Justice prepares to deliver a ruling on March 30, 2013 in the capital Nairobi. Kenya's Supreme court today upheld the victory of Uhuru Kenyatta in the March 4 presidential election, Mutunga said, throwing out a bid by his rival Raila Odinga for a new poll that would have revived the spectre of violence. The court unanimously ruled that the election had been fair and credible and that Kenyatta and his running mate had been validly elected.  AFP PHOTO/Tony KARUMBA

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    The Kenyan courts on Saturday confirmed Uhuru Kenyatta’s victory in the March 4 election, despite a challenge by Prime Minister Raila Odinga. Police clashed with a few dozen protesters on Sunday after the verdict in Kisumu, where Odinga still holds popular support. Two people were killed and another 11 injured in Kisumu, while all the shops were looted on Saturday. But in the Nairobi slums of Kibera and Mathare, where Odinga is popular, most people did not want to return to the devastating violence of 2007, when more than 1,200 people were killed after the election. After Saturday’s verdict, Odinga urged his followers to find “peaceful ways” to protest the outcome.

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