At least four people died and more than two dozens injured as opposition protests sparked violence during Kenya’s presidential re-run, according to police and hospital sources.
Two of the victims died after police and anti-election protesters, allied to the National Supper Alliance (Nasa), clashed in its western strongholds of Kisumu and Homa Bay counties on Thursday.
The third, an unidentified man, was killed when a mob attacked him in the wee hours of Thursday morning at an estate in Kisumu.
A 19-year-old man was shot in Kisumu and died while undergoing treatment at the main hospital in the county.
In Homa Bay, a 14-year-old pupil was shot dead as he watched running battles between police and protesters.
The East African