Rigging Claims - Kenya's Presidential Inauguration Plan Halted

President Uhuru Kenyatta will be sworn-in on September 12 should he win the court case filed by the opposition leader Raila Odinga to challenge his win at the Supreme Court. Odinga says he is confident the opposition has "good evidence" that Kenyatta did not get the mandate of the people as the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission wants Kenyans to believe but was "made leader through the computer".

Members of the Assumption of Office of the President sub-committee inspect Kasarani stadium ahead of the swearing-in of the president.

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