Kenya heads to the repeat presidential elections on October 26th a divided country after the circus that was the nullified August 8th presidential election and the merry-go-round that the country has been treated to ever since. From the Supreme Court to Parliament to marketplaces to funerals to press conferences to street protests and unsolved murders. […]
On a Tuesday morning ten years ago, tragedy struck in one of the most unexpected places: the church. Moses Kanyora, a resident of Kiambaa Constituency in Uasin Gishu County, lost his family to the KAG Church Inferno during the 2007/2008 post election violence. He, among many others in his village, lost loved ones in what […]
Kenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga’s withdrawal from the Octorber 26th fresh Presidential election has changed political dynamics in the country. But there are Kenyans who are not going to vote either way. They are from a fringe sect of evangelical Christians called “Kavonokya” – meaning “That which saves”. Here is their story.
For a decade, thousands of residents in Owino Uhuru slum in Mombasa have battled the effects of lead poisoning with the full knowledge of the national and county governments. Their efforts to get justice from Kenyan courts have been unsuccessful so far. The United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights while on […]
The voter turnout in many of Raila Odinga’s strongholds fell below 80% in the August 8th general election. Mombasa County had the lowest voter turnout countrywide at 59% while Kirinyaga County, a stronghold of President Uhuru Kenyatta, had the highest at 87.09%. More than 12 of Uhuru Kenyatta’s strongholds registered a voter turnout of over […]
August 8th voting patterns in the presidential election reveal some interesting trends. There is more that candidates from both sides need to do in some counties if they’re to be assured of a resounding victory come October 26th. Be sure to subscribe to our channel to be the first to get to know what else […]
Nairobi county has the distinction of having the highest number of registered voters in the country. However, that number means nothing if the voters fail to turn up on voting day, when it all matters. The Africa Uncensored team’s independent audit of over 40,000 Forms 34A from the August 8th presidential election reveals some interesting […]
Kenya’s Supreme Court, the highest court in the land and the one tasked with hearing any petitions related to the Presidential Elections, nullified the August 8th Presidential Election results citing irregularities in the conduct of the process and the eventual transmission of results. The Africa Uncensored team undertook an independent audit of all the publicly […]
Kenya’s Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission published a document detailing different scenarios arising from the recently concluded General election. Six out of the seven scenarios each are very real possibilities given that the National Super Alliance is now challenging the election of President Uhuru Kenyatta in the Supreme Court. Which Scenario do you think will […]
This report focuses on some of the untruths perpetuated by both the government and the opposition about the nature of protests taking place after the August 11th announcement of Kenya’s Presidential Election Result. Has truth become this period’s first casualty?