After successfully challenging the result of August's election, Raila Odinga says this poll "will be worse than the previous one".
This development comes after Raila Odinga withdrew his candidature in the October 26th presidential polls and left the country for a two-day trip in UK.
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The National Super Alliance will from next week Monday hold daily protests against the electoral commission, Siaya Senator James Orengo, who is also the coalition's Chief Agent, has announced. "Indeed, news of his withdrawal will make this visit help focus even more attention on the need for Kenya's friends to help counsel against the rapidly diminishing space for free and fair elections and the rule of law", Mr Lone said in a statement.
"We respect the right of Nasa presidential candidate Raila Odinga and deputy presidential candidate Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka to withdraw from the Kenyan election scheduled for October 26, but we regret their decision to do so", the official added.
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Violence flared across the country during the first election, with 24 people killed in political riots.
Violent protests erupted moments after several changes over a new election law were approved by parliament - dominated by President Uhuru Kenyatta's ruling Jubilee party.
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Kenya's disputed 2007 election result led to civil unrest which killed 1,200 and displaced hundreds of thousands of people.