Kenya election: Candidates may boycott debate

Kenya is just two weeks away from going to the ballot box in a general election. But key contenders for the presidency might not even participate in scheduled televised debates.

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    Kenya is just two weeks away from going to the ballot box in a general election.

    But key contenders for the presidency might not even participate in scheduled televised debates.

    One is set for later on Monday but neither of the main candidates committed to showing up.

    Al Jazeera's Fahmida Miller reports from Nairobi.


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