The front-runners in Kenya’s presidential election

Sky News published this video item, entitled “The front-runners in Kenya’s presidential election” – below is their description.

Millions of Kenyans will be voting for their next president this Tuesday.

It’s a close race, with former prime minister Raila Odinga only a few points ahead of deputy president William Ruto in the latest polls.

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