Special Event

Analysing Kenya’s Election


Frontline Club, Paddington


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Analysing Kenya’s Election

The results of the March 4 election are in

The last time Kenya had a disputed presidential election (in 2007), over 1,000 people were killed as the country descended into violence and chaos. Then when the government did nothing in the way of justice for the issue, The International Criminal Court (ICC) stepped in, resulting in just four Kenyans facing charges of crimes against humanity at the Hague. While a lot has progressed since those troubled times, there still remain sceptics waiting to see how things turn out this time. Join a specially selected panel chaired by BBC presenter Audrey Brown to analyse Kenya’s election results after the polls have spoken on March 4. The panel includes associate professor of African History at the University of Warwick, Daniel Branch, head of Africa Forecasting at Exclusive Analysis Ltd, Natznet Tesfay, and BBC editor Mathias Muindi. General admission, face value £12.50. Please arrive on time.

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