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Day 2 - 27th October 2017 Kisumu, Kibera, Migori, Kawangware are some places to mention where clashes between authorities & residents have been ongoing regarding the poll's announced by the chair Wafula Chebukati of Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC).
The Supreme Court failed to hear a case about Kenya Elections today for lack of quorum. Elections is to go ahead as planned for the 26th October 2017. Meanwhile Oppositions Raila Odinga addresses a rally this afternoon planned at Uhuru Park & has asked their supporters to attend in numbers for the crucial announcement to be made by the party, The National Super Alliance (NASA).
30th October 2017 - DAY 5 President Uhuru Kenyatta & DP William Ruto receive their certificates from IEBC Chairman, Kenyatta, will be sworn in on November 14th if no petition is made in Supreme Court.
 28th October 2017 - Day 3 The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) , finally made the announcement of no polls as planned for 28th October. Running battles between the residents of various counties & authorities. The police yesterday used live bullets of which 2 deaths have been reported while several are in hospital.
Today Activist Zvorwadza arrested over Mugabe vendors statement.
29th October 2017 - DAY 4 Opposition Rial Odinga gets a heroe’s welcome in Kawangware, where ethnic violence has erupted after rival groups clashed. The violence in the Nairobi County has seen properties torched of which most belonged to Kenyatta’s Kikuyu tribe. While reports of a person were being killed belonged to Odinga’s Luo group. The residents of belonging to the two parties armed themselves. Odinga spoke to worshippers during church saying “They were there to give consolation & their support to all who lost their loved ones, who were beaten & who lost their belongings alongside livelihoods”. In 2007, over 1000 Kenyans lost their lives in various violent clashes. So far since August 2017 to date 50 deaths are reported.
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