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Raila Odinga urges political heads on unity...

Kenyan opposition politician Raila Odinga has urged Kenyan political leaders on fostering national unity through respecting the rule of law and shunning...

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Kenya shows the way once again

The two leaders in a joint statement agreed to put Kenya above their individual grievances by forging a path to heal the nation from the deep divisions...

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You have betrayed us, Miguna tells Odinga...

The meeting, whose agenda was not disclosed, renewed a friendship between the leaders. This was evident when their tweets went viral.

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Raila, Uhuru reconcile

The two leaders announced the burying of the hatchet after talks at Harambee House Nairobi.

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Kenyan TV station back on air after suspension...

Citizen TV returns on air a day after Kenya's Chief Justice criticises the government for defying a number of court orders.

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Kenya deports opposition firebrand

"Miguna denounced his Kenyan citizenship years back, acquired Canadian citizenship and never bothered to reclaim Kenyan citizenship..."

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Kenyan Opposition swear in Odinga as 'president'...

"I Raila Amolo Odinga, in full realisation of the high calling, assume the office of the People's President of the Republic of Kenya," Odinga says in a...

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Kenya opposition supporters gather for Odinga...

The planned "inauguration" has raised fears of violence as police had vowed not to allow the event to go ahead.

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Kenya opposition to swear in Odinga as 'president'...

The swearing-in ceremony, if it goes ahead, will put the opposition on a collision course with police and the government

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Kenya's Odinga says to hold own inauguration...

"I will be sworn in because I am the legitimate president. We are going to be sworn in on December 12," he said

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