Kenya's Opposition Nasa Reveals Strategy to Beat Jubilee

Raila Odinga, speaking for the first time since President Uhuru Kenyatta's win, has called the election fraudulent and vowed not to recognise him and his government. He says he will push for amendments to the Constitution to ensure that Kenya is more democratic.

Nasa leader Raila Odinga addresses a press conference at Okoa Kenya office in Nairobi on October 31, 2017.


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