Jubilee party campaigners drive their bus away from the rally on 2 August 2017 at Tonanoka Stadium in Mombasa, Kenya. Kenyatta and running mate William Ruto seek a second term at State House. Kenyans go to the polls next week on 8 August in an election already marked by controversy since the high-ranking ICT chief of the Independent Electoral Boundaries Commission was murdered.
 President Uhuru Kenyatta speaks to supporters at a Jubilee rally in Uhuru Park in Nairobi on 4 August 2017.
 A fellowship of pastors from 20 churches in Langas, a neighbourhood in Eldoret, Kenya, marched and prayed for peaceful elections ahead of Tuesday's vote. "As a church, we aim to bring people together. We want to alert our neighbours that we want peace," said Pastor Obed from Word of Life Harvest, a pentacostal church in Langas.
 A woman blows a plastic horn as people celebrate NASA�s demand that Raila Odinga be declared president in Kisumu, Kenya on 10 August 2017.
 Following the announcement of election results on 11 August 2017, protestors faced off with anti-riot police in Kisumu.
 Supporters of opposition leader Raila Odinga burn barricades and throw rocks during a demonstration in Kisumu, Kenya on 25 October 2017, the day before the re-vote.
 People listen as Governor Nyang'o speaks with with protestors at the IEBC offices in Kisumu on 25 October 2017

NASA / Odinga supporters gathered in Kondele to demonstrate their refusal to vote in Kenya's election re-run, chanting, "No Election!" and holding up branches, boards and rocks in Kisumu on 25 October 2017. They marched through Kisumu's Central Business District led by senator Fred Outa and met governor Anyang' Nyang'o in front of the IEBC offices. The governor asked his constituents to stay home and keep the peace, while refusing to vote. He said that people had been planted among peaceful protestors to cause chaos.
 A protester jumps through tear gas during a face off with anti-riot police in Kondele, Kisumu, Kenya on 25 October 2017.
 Mohamed Juma, 22, is comforted by a friend as he receives treatment for a gunshot wound at Nightingale Medical centre in Kondele, Kisumu, Kenya on 25 October 2017. Juma was shot by police while protesting in Kondele. Red Cross moved him to a larger hospital.
 Volunteer nurses provide trauma first aid to gunshot wound victims at the hospital in Kisumu on 26 October 2017.
 Volunteer and hospital nurses work together to stabilise Benson Odhiambo at Jaramogi Oginga Odinga Referral Hospital in Kisumu on October 26th.
 Benson Odhiambo, 20, was shot in the head by police during protests in Kisumu on October 26th. He is recovering at Jaramogi Oginga Odinga Referral Hospital.
 A woman mourns the death of her relatives at the morgue in Kisumu, Kenya, where the bodies of men killed in the protests were kept.  27 October 2017.
 People mourn the death of their relatives at the morgue in Kisumu, Kenya, where the bodies of men killed in the protests were kept.  27 October 2017.
 The bodies of two men who died from injuries sustained during the protests in Kisumu lay at the morgue in Kisumu, Kenya, on 27 October 2017.
 Eunice Awuor mourns the death of her brother in law, Titus Okul, at the morgue of Jaramogi Oginga Odinga Referall Hospital, Kisumu, Kenya, on 27 October 2017. Titus Okul Kwatha was shot in the neck during protests in Kisumu.
 A family mourns the death of their son at the morgue in Kisumu, Kenya, where the bodies of men killed by police in the protests were kept.
 Eunice Awuor mourns the death of her brother in law, Titus Okul, at the morgue of Jaramogi Oginga Odinga Referall Hospital, Kisumu, Kenya, on 27 October 2017. Titus Okul Kwatha was shot in the neck during protests in Kisumu.
 A woman mourns the death of her relatives at the morgue in Kisumu, Kenya, where the bodies of men killed in the protests were kept.  27 October 2017.
 People shop at Kibuye market in central Kisumu, Kenya, on 28 October 2017.
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