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Kenya awaits presidential election ruling

 Kenyan Supreme Court judges, 25 March, 2013
Kenya's Supreme Court is set to advertise its accommodation on a claiming to Uhuru Kenyatta's acclamation as president.

The address was lodged by PM Raila Odinga, Mr Kenyatta's capital battling in the presidential poll this month.

Official after-effects said Mr Kenyatta exhausted Mr Odinga by 50.07% to 43.28%, alienated a run-off by just 8,100 votes.

There is bound aegis at the Supreme Court. Violence afterwards a acknowledged acclamation in 2007 larboard added than 1,200 humans dead.

The presidential, aldermanic and borough elections captivated on 4 March were the aboriginal back the 2007 poll.

Mr Kenyatta and his active mate, William Ruto, are adverse balloon on accuse of crimes adjoin altruism at the International Criminal Court (ICC) for allegedly fuelling agitation afterwards that election. They abjure the charges.

On Friday, the Supreme Court advised recounts from 22 polling stations. Both abandon claimed that the recounts vindicated their position.

Mr Kenyatta has alleged the election, which was abundantly conducted peacefully, a "triumph of democracy".

The Independent Balloter and Boundaries Agency (IEBC) has insisted that the vote was credible, admitting abstruse failures with an cyberbanking aborigine ID arrangement and the vote counting mechanism.

International assemblage said the poll was abundantly free, fair and credible, and that the balloter agency had conducted its business in an accessible and cellophane manner.

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