Africa Politics & Current Affairs

Kenya’s Odinga still says he won election

Kenya’s opposition leader Raila Odinga has reiterated that he will respect the Supreme court ruling. Odinga and his running mate Martha Karua August 22 filed a petition to the country’s top court, challenging the outcome of the August 9 election.

In a recent press conference, Odinga reaffirmed his confidence in the Supreme Court ruling despite saying that he won the just concluded presidential election.

Odinga said he had proof that he had won the election, which requires a candidate to receive 50% of the vote plus one. He wants a recount.

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