Nairobi — A Kenyan judge’s ruling that a county governor accused of corruption must step aside pending his trial could have widespread ramifications in the country, where senior officials are often charged with graft but rarely convicted.

Governance experts said on Monday that last week’s ruling could serve as a precedent in other high-profile corruption cases, possibly leading to senior officials being removed from their jobs while they fight graft allegations...

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