Some complain that the differences between Kenyatta and Odinga are more rhetorical than real, but Kenyans have a real choice to make at the ballot box
As in 2013, the race for Kenya's presidency is between Uhuru Kenyatta and opposition leader Raila Odinga
The government has promised a free and fair vote, and has dismissed charges of abuses in previous votes.
Kenya bans protests until electoral issues are resolved; opposition pulls members from parliamentary talks
The oppositiion has threatened to double the frequency of protests should the government fail to agree to negotiations on electoral reform
Security officials responsible for the use of excessive force must be held accountable, and demonstrators should act peacefully
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
President Kenyatta “does seem to be committed, rhetorically, to doing something about [corruption]".
As much as 30% of Kenya’s GDP is lost annually due to graft, but president's anti-corruption war seems to be backfiring as security gaps exposed.
Kenya tightens security on fears of new terror attacks, as Opposition demands early election over corruption
“The president needs to seriously consider calling fresh elections to save our country from total collapse” – opposition leader.
In a continent where national football teams are abused, Kenya's First Couple fulfilled a pledge to send theirs to Brazil - to watch the World Cup.