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o-opposition protests erupting in Nairobi's slums. A day after president, Uhuru Kenyatta's reelection was confirmed. At least 11 people are believed to have been Killed by police
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cluding a young girl in Mathare who a neighbor said was caught by sporadic shots. An official added nine men were killed during anti-looting operations in the same area.
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Anger also boiling over in the western city of Kisumu where a government official reported another man had been killed. The opposition on Saturday accused security forces of kill more than 100 people. But, the party didn't offer any proof. The unrest is in areas loyal to opposition leader Raila Odinga, whose party is rejecting the results of Tuesday's vote.
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>> This has been an entire charade. This is a disaster. You do not just hold an election for the sake of it.>> Kenya's main monitoring group back to the official result on Saturday. And Kenyatta to extend an olive branch to his opponents.>> I extend a hand of friendship.
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I extend a hand of cooperation. I extend a hand of partnership. I am fully aware that this country needs all of us pulling together>> But Odinga's NASA coalition says the election commission systems were hacked. He has lost the last two elections claiming fraud in both cases. Many Kenyans fear a repeat of the violence that followed the 2007 contested election, when about 1,200 people were killed and hundreds of thousands displaced.