nairobi - Uhuru Kenyatta stagnates a victory in the presidential elections in Kenya. After counting 85 percent of the votes, the sitting president had 54.8 percent of the votes and opponent Raila Odinga 44.3 percent.
With this, Kenyatta (55) had nearly 1.4 million votes over Odinga (72). Although eight presidential candidates participate in the elections, it is primarily a battle between Kenyatta and Odinga.
Nearly 20 million of the more than 40 million Kenyans were allowed to vote on Tuesday.
At Kenyan polling stations, baby crests were labeled Tuesday to prevent children from being temporarily rented to predators, Reuters reported. It is prescribed that parents with young children get priority.
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