Kenya court nullifies presidential vote

The Supreme Court of Kenya has declared the results of August presidential election null and void, saying there should be a new vote within 60 days.

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    The Supreme Court of Kenya has declared the results of August presidential election null and void, saying there should be a new vote within 60 days.

    President Uhuru Kenyatta accused the judges of overriding the will of the people, but said he will the ruling.

    Opposition supporters have reacted with jubilation to the news.

    Al Jazeera’s Mohammed Adow reports from Kenya’s capital, Nairobi.


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