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Kenya election: Top court rules in favor of William Ruto presidential win

By DW
05 September 2022   |   11:55 am
Kenya's Supreme Court has ruled against candidate Raila Odinga's challenge to the outcome of last month's presidential election. Odinga had alleged electoral fraud after his opponent William Ruto was declared the winner.

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