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Kenyan Civil Society Members Move To ...
Nairobi, Kenya
By evans
09 Mar 2013

Members of the public leave Milimani Law Courts in Nairobi after the ruling of a case filed by AfriCOG organization to block the tallying of votes whereby it was rejected. ICC Suspect Uhuru Kenyatta was leading followed by the Jubilee presidential candidate Raila Odinga as Kenyans waited to hear the results of the new president.

PHOTO:PETER OBUYA

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Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga
Nairobi, Kenya
By marukophoto
09 Mar 2013

The Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga who was a Presidential candidate, addresses press conference in Nairobi soon after the election results were announce by the IEBC.
Odinga claimed there was massive tampering of the results, that some figures were cooked and he promised to provide evidence.

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Kenyan Civil Society Members Move To ...
Nairobi, Kenya
By evans
08 Mar 2013

A Court in Nairobi is seated to hear a case that was filed by AfriCOG organization to block the tallying of votes whereby it was rejected. ICC Suspect Uhuru Kenyatta was leading the election, followed by the Jubilee presidential candidate Raila Odinga as Kenyans wait to know the results for the new president.

PHOTO:PETER OBUYA

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Kenyan Civil Society Members Move To ...
Nairobi, Kenya
By evans
08 Mar 2013

AfriCOG Executive Director Gladwell Otieno addreses journalists at Milimani Law Courts in Nairobi during the ruling of a case filed by AfriCOG organization to block the tallying of votes whereby it was rejected. ICC Suspect Uhuru Kenyatta was leading the election, followed by the Jubilee presidential candidate Raila Odinga as Kenyans wait to know the results of the new president.

PHOTO:PETER OBUYA

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Kenyan Civil Society Members Move To ...
Nairobi, Kenya
By evans
08 Mar 2013

Judges David Majanja(left),Isaack Lenaola(centre) and Weldon Korir at Milimani Law Courts in Nairobi during the ruling of a case filed by AfriCOG organization to block the tallying of votes whereby it was rejected. ICC Suspect Uhuru Kenyatta was leading the election, followed by the Jubilee presidential candidate Raila Odinga as Kenyans waited to know the results of the new president.

PHOTO:PETER OBUYA

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Kenyan Civil Society Members Move To ...
Nairobi, Kenya
By evans
08 Mar 2013

Lawyers at Milimani Law Court during the rulling of a case that was filed by AfriCOG organization to block the tallying of votes whereby it was rejected. ICC Suspect Uhuru Kenyatta was leading the election followed by the Jubilee presidential candidate Raila Odinga as Kenyans waited to hear the results of the new president.

PHOTO:PETER OBUYA