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Aynsley Genga is a JURIST Staff Correspondent in Kenya. She reports from Nairobi.  Kenyan President William Ruto held an inaugural interview (video here and here) last Wednesday where he invited the media to State House to discuss and clarify various matters affecting Kenyans at the moment. The interview received quite a reaction from Kenyans, especially [...]

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Aynsley Genga is a JURIST Staff Correspondent in Kenya. She reports from Nairobi. Where do I start? A lot has happened since the presidential elections back in August. Currently, Kenya is in a really sad state. Inflation is becoming too much for the public and poverty is steadily on the rise. Food is expensive, oil [...]

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Aynsley Genga is a JURIST Staff Correspondent in Kenya. She reports from Nairobi.   A war is currently going on Kenya social media. It’s a war between those who are in support of parastatals taking the forefront in Kenya’s economy and those who believe that both parastatals and private owned establishments should work together to further [...]

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Aynsley Genga is a JURIST Staff Correspondent in Kenya. She reports from Nairobi.   Monday September 5 was the day the Kenya Supreme Court delivered its final verdict on the presidential election petition. Or maybe, as others have said, it was the day Kenya officially lost its democracy. It was the day the judges declared William [...]

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The Supreme Court of Kenya Monday dismissed a challenge to the victory of Kenya’s president-elect William Ruto. The ruling puts an end to a tough electioneering period and paves the way for the president-elect’s swearing-in next week. Following the declaration of the presidential results by the electoral commission on August 15, the court received a [...]

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Aynsley Genga is a JURIST Staff Correspondent in Kenya. She reports from Nairobi.   Friday was the final hearing day for the presidential election petition before the Supreme Court of Kenya. The Supreme Court’s agenda for the day was listening to the answers given by both the respondents and petitioners to outstanding questions judges had asked [...]

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Aynsley Genga is a JURIST Staff Correspondent in Kenya. She reports from Nairobi.   Earlier this week Kenya’s Supreme Court issued an order for the recounting of voting in 15 constituencies during Kenya’s recent general elections following a request made by the Azimio party. Once the recount was completed, the Registrar of the Supreme Court submitted [...]

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Aynsley Genga is a JURIST Staff Correspondent in Kenya. She reports from Nairobi.   This has been a very hectic week for Kenya. Mombasa and Kakamega had their gubernatorial elections on Monday, while Rongai, West Pokot South and Kacheliba had their Member of Parliament (MP) elections the very same day. The Azimio La Umoja party won [...]

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Aynsley Genga is a JURIST Staff Correspondent in Kenya. She reports from Nairobi.  Kenyan elections are like a movie – a really good movie, in fact.  We have the theatrics and the suspense element and our elections have enough plot twists to leave the whole world at the edge of their seats as they wait [...]

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Kenyan presidential candidate and former Prime Minister Raila Odinga filed a petition Monday with the Kenyan Supreme Court challenging the country’s 2022 presidential election results. Odinga’s challenge follows the Kenyan election regulator’s announcement last week that current Deputy President William Ruto won the election. Odinga’s petition highlights many concerns that his supporters raised after Ruto [...]

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