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The 2022 Kenyan election is unique in many ways. It marks the first time since the Daniel Arap Moi era that neither an incumbent president nor a candidate from the country’s largest ethnic community, the Kikuyu, is a major contender for president.

Bizarrely, the current vice-president, William Ruto, is running as the de facto opposition candidate, while President Uhuru Kenyatta’s long-time rival and former prime minister, Raila Odinga, now has the incumbent’s explicit endorsement for the top job...

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