Darfur rebel-faction leader killed in Chad, Donors pledge over $4bn for Mali recovery and UN envoy says Central African Republic is in a 'state of anarchy'.
Kenya’s new President, Uhuru Kenyatta, was sworn in to office as Kenya’s fourth President on Tuesday April 9, 2013 in Nairobi in an event that was graced by at least 15 African heads of state and government and several foreign dignitaries.
The attention of Kenyans and the world is now turned on the Supreme Court of Kenya after Raila Odinga’s Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD), filed a petition challenging the declaration of Uhuru Kenyatta as the winner of the March 4 election claiming that the election was marred by massive irregularities, malpractices and contravention of the Constitution.
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Darfur rebel-faction leader killed in Chad; Donors pledge over $4bn for Mali recovery and UN envoy says Central African Republic in 'state of anarchy'
Uhuru Kenyatta sworn in as Kenya's new President; Central African Republic's 'president' vows to respect council vote; France urges Mali to stick to election date; M23 rejects UN intervention brigade; Mugabe drops the 29 June [...]
Here is a summary report of the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung on the March 4, 2013 election in Kenya.
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