Why was electoral commission official Chris Msando tortured and killed just days before the Kenyan elections?
The government has promised a free and fair vote, and has dismissed charges of abuses in previous votes.
About 44% of Kenyans have no faith in the electoral body's ability to carry out free and fair elections, while 43% say it can, says an opinion poll
We often mistakenly conflate intellect with ethics – that because someone is smart they should “know better” in matters of ethical and moral judgement
Prosecutors said more than 1,300 people died and some 600,000 others were left homeless in Kenya's worst wave of violence since independence in 1963
Africa's democracy stars - Ghana, Botswana, Cape Verde - in real danger of backsliding; lessons from Kenya, Zimbabwe
The pressure is building; while things may look rosy on the outside, but the reality may be very different when you look within
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Some analysts suggest that the post-election violence was the spark that gave life to one of Kenya’s biggest success stories