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Headline: Ruto's plot to weaken Raila.
DP Ruto and Raila Odinga are onto a fresh political duel, even before settling their bruising presidential contest. Ruto's raid on Raila's camp has sparked a fresh confrontation between the two. It is all about taking higher ground for the outcome of the looming Supreme Court election petition.
Mystery kidnappings spook IEBC staff.
The Saturday Standard.
Headline: New, old signings in Supreme battle.
With the declaration of Deputy President William Ruto as the President-elect, focus now shifts to the Supreme Court after Raila Odinga rejected the results. The credibility of the presidential election will once again be decided at the Supreme Court by a bench of seven judges.
Protests as DP Ruto raids Azimio members.
Headline: Ruto raids Raila camp in case of poll rerun.
The President-elect has engineered mass defections of Azimio-leaning leaders. Critics says that DP Ruto is strategising for repeat polls as Raila heads to apex court to challenge his win.
Elections lacked credibility, says Angaza Movement poll observers.
Headline: Hatari ya Ruto kuua upinzani.
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