Calls on Kenya to Maintain Peace Over PollsAs the country is preparing to go to the polls on March 4, the government and international community have been urged to help prevent a repeat of the 2007 post-election violence that left thousands internally displaced.
UN News, 26 February 2013
The Kenyan Government and the international community must significantly scale up their efforts to prevent internal displacement resulting from possible violence ahead of the… Read more »
RFI, 27 February 2013
Many residents of Kibera, Nairobi's biggest slum, may not be participating in Kenya's presidential and parliamentary election next week. They're leaving town for fear of a… Read more »
RFI, 26 February 2013
At the iHub, an open workspace in Nairobi for technology entrepreneurs, an army of programmers and researchers is preparing for Kenya's upcoming election. Read more »
The Star, 26 February 2013
The state will deploy more than 90,000 police to man polling stations across the country in readiness for the March 4 elections from tomorrow. Read more »
African Arguments, 25 February 2013
The Council on Foreign Relations' (CFR) recently posted on its website a Contingency Planning Memorandum on Electoral Violence in Kenya. Read more »
Burundi government through ambassador Ezechiel Nibigira, has urged the Kenyan government and the electoral body to ensure March 4 general election is peaceful (file photo).
Capital FM, 26 February 2013
The Kenya National Commission on Human Rights (KNCHR) has rallied Kenyans to ensure they maintain peace during Monday's General Election. Read more »
Capital FM, 25 February 2013
Kenya's eight presidential candidates on Monday night agreed that a full implementation of the Constitution will guard against the economic stagnation that surrounds elections in… Read more »