Kenya elections: Concerns around violence

Sky News published this video item, entitled “Kenya elections: Concerns around violence” – below is their description.

Sky’s Yousra Elgabir is in Nairobi, Kenya ahead of polls closing to choose the next Kenyan president.

Due to eruptions of violence following election results in recent years, there are concerns that this year may be no different – but whether or not it will happen is not so clear.

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