Tribal Tensions Flare After Kenya Vote

KOGUTA, Kenya—A messy election set to give President Uhuru Kenyatta another term is threatening to revive long-simmering tribal tensions in pockets of the country, as procedural delays and an opposition boycott plunged Kenya deeper into division over the weekend.

A turnout of just 40% and the fact that the electoral commission remained unable to organize polling in four counties in Western Kenya that are opposition strongholds raised new questions about the legitimacy of Thursday’s rerun vote.


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