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Election Observers Urge Candidates To Concede Peacefully
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12 Aug 2017 04:48 AM EST

As Kenya's tense presidential elections comes to a conclusion, international observers have urged candidates to respect the final outcome and reserve any disputes for the courts. Preliminary results by the electoral commission show incumbent President Uhuru Kenyatta leading main challenger Raila Odinga, who has accused the government of hacking the election. Odinga's opposition party has maintained that the electoral commission's servers were hacked and the poll rigged in favor of Kenyatta.However, Wafula Chebukati, chairman of the electoral commission, refuted these accusations Thursday, saying that while there was an attempt to tamper with the poll system, the hackers did not succeed.

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