Raila Odinga (right) and Uhuru Kenyatta campaigning in different parts of the country. Photos/FILE
Should the country go into a run-off, the region will have to live with another month of frenzied campaigns as the two candidates go for each other.
In the absence of any formal assurances by Nairobi, Kenya’s neighbours are hoping for the best as the country gets closer to the March 4 polls.
Kenya is gambling on new technology to deliver a clean election. In the context of a high-stakes election where the main candidates are said to be running neck-to-neck, any small hitch in the technology will be enough to precipitate widespread violence.