Opposition in Kenya Seeks One Candidate to Challenge Kenyatta

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  • Raila Odinga says he would support united opposition candidate
  • New ‘super alliance’ seeks to defeat President Kenyatta

Raila Odinga speaks in front of a crowd in Uhuru Park in June 2016.

Photographer: John Muchucha/AFP via Getty Images

Former Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga, who has failed in three previous elections to win the presidency, said he’s ready to bow out of the presidential race if a united opposition chooses another candidate to challenge the incumbent Uhuru Kenyatta in next year’s vote.

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