Kenyans vote for the country's top leadership and other electoral positions after every five years. In 2017, the country went for the second election under a new constitution promulgated in 2010. The presidential election was for the first time in history nullified by the country's supreme court. A repeat election was conducted upon which Nasa Coalition one of the two top rival parties in the race boycotted. The sitting President Uhuru Kenyatta was declared the winner after another battle in court. Protests spread across the country but the swearing in went ahead. Later the sworn in president and the opposition Leader had a surprise "handshake" that claimed to unite the politically divided country.
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