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Kenyan election commissioner flees days before new vote, saying it cannot be fair

One of the officials in charge of overseeing next week's presidential election in Kenya resigned Wednesday, fled the country and said the vote could not be fair.



By Rael Ombuor

Washington Post

October 18, 2017


NAIROBI — One of the officials in charge of overseeing next week's presidential election in Kenya resigned Wednesday, fled the country and said the vote could not be fair.


Rather than contradict her, however, the election commission's chairman, Wafula Chebukati, also said he did not think a credible election was possible... Washington Post



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