>> Shops reopening in Nairobi after a tense and violent election period, and many Kenyans going back to work. That despite being asked not to by opposition leader Raila Odinga. On Sunday he called for a boycott after last week's election result, in which he was defeated by President Uhuru Kenyatta by 1.4 million votes.
But Odinga says that result was rigged and is defying international pressure to concede. The result sparking deadly clashes between police and civilians in opposition stronghold areas on Friday and continuing into the weekend. A rights group claims there have been at least 24 deaths in election related unrest so far, including that of a nine year old girl.
In Nairobi's biggest slum Kibera, some unrest spilling over into Monday. People here say they are following Odinga's course to strike and stay away from work. Others, mourning the dead. The death toll though, no where near that of the carnage that followed 2007's vote. It was an election marred by irregularities and contested by Odinga.
The violence that followed then left 1,200 people dead.