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Daniel Branch

Daniel Branch is a lecturer in history at Exeter.

The Elections in Kenya

Daniel Branch, 24 January 2008

The voters queuing outside the Olympic Primary School in Nairobi’s Kibera slum on 27 December were sure of two things. First, that if a free and fair election were held, Raila Odinga and his Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) had sufficient support to win Kenya’s presidential and parliamentary elections. Second, that the polls would be fixed in order to ensure a second term of...

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