Kenyan opposition leader Odinga refuses to back down over ‘stolen’ election after protests leave 16 dead
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Kenya’s opposition leader Raila Odinga vowed on Sunday not to back down over an election he claims was stolen from him and urged his supporters to boycott work until he announces his strategy next week.
The 72-year-old told supporters to stay at home and out of the way of police, after the international community urged him to send out a message to try to halt protests that have left 16 people dead since Friday night.
However, he defiantly vowed to “remove” the government of...
Follow Us on TwitterKenya’s opposition leader Raila Odinga vowed Sunday back down over election claims stolen from urged supporters boycott work until announces strategy next week.
The 72-year-old told stay home police after international community send message halt protests that have left people dead since Friday night.
However defiantly “remove” government of...