>> Supporters of Kenya's President, Uhuru Kenyatta, showing loyalty to their leader. Despite the decision by the Supreme Court to annul his victory in the presidential election, citing irregularities in the votes. Kenyatta has however, spoken out with fans calling the judges crooks, telling them he's still the incumbent president.
In August, Uhuru Kenyatta won the presidential race by 1.4 million votes but opposition leader Raila Odinga filed a petition to the Supreme Courts claiming theatresults from more than a third of polling stations were fatally flawed. Odinga's success is the first of it's kind in the country.
He says the decision marks a victory for democracy in Africa. A new vote will now have to be held in 60 days time, but can the country face another election so soon? Reuters Maggie Fick is in Nairobi.>> Kenyan elections are a costly affair. The contest last month which included not only the presidential elections, but votes at other levels of government as well, cost the Kenyan state roughly $1 billion according to estimates.
>> The country is East Africa's biggest economy, and has a history of disputed elections and political violence. Although the ruling spells uncertainty for the country, long-term, it's seen as a win for Kenya's institutions.