Kenya\'s Director of Immigration Services Jane Waikenda has revealed that Immigration has contacted Uganda\'s Entebbe airport to receive some of the diverted flights. She also revealed that temporary infrastructure had been set up at JKIA to normalise immigration services.
Raila Odinga, the Prime Minister of Kenya, has accepted the verdict by Supreme Court of Kenya. On Saturday evening, the court upheld Uhuru Kenyatta\'s victory saying the president-elect was validly elected into office.
Outgoing Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga, the key petitioner in the presidential election petition, has had several setbacks after court declined to admit more evidence from him. The Supreme Court in a ruling on Tuesday said if it allowed the additional evidence, it would facilitate a miscarriage of justice and give unfair advantage to the petitioner.
ICC says Ntaganda will appear before the pre-trial Chamber II to verify his identity and identify the language in which he is able to follow the proceedings. The 40 year old former army officer-turned rebel faces charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity in relation to his role in the conflicts in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo.
Jubilee Alliance leader Uhuru Kenyatta is holding a significant lead in the elections after Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) adopted the manual system and abandoned the electronic vote transmission.
Kenyans will have to wait longer to get election results after the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) abandoned the electronic vote tally transmission to adopt a manual tally system.
As the wait continues for the Kenya Election and Borders Commission (IEBC) to announce official results, Kenyans living in the four neighbouring countries want Prime Minister Raila Odinga as their next President. Voters from the countryâ€™s High Commissions in Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda and Burundi gave Odinga 1,224 votes against 951 for Uhuru Kenyatta.
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) will begin the official announcing of results on Wednesday following a delay by the returning officers to transmit results back to Nairobi in time.
Kenyaâ€™s Election Commission says it will conduct an audit of the number of rejected votes after the elections. So far, over half a million votes have been counted as either invalid or rejected and the number could be higher.
From the Independent Election and Border Commission (IEBC) tally centre in Nairobi, results show Kenyatta opening up an unassailable lead over his closest rival. Results from 8800 polling stations put Kenyatta in the lead with 1,720,703 votes which is 54.50%. Odinga is second with 1,291,926 votes representing 40.86% of the votes.