AP Interview: Kenyan opposition leader Odinga wants new vote

AP Interview: Kenyan opposition leader Odinga wants new vote

NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — Warning that Kenya is in “grave danger,” opposition leader Raila Odinga said in an interview with The Associated Press on Sunday that the country’s repeat presidential election was a sham and that a new vote should be held within 90 days.
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