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Kenya Election 2017: Analysis and debate on the key issues so far

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Djam Lecture Theatre

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A discussion on Kenya's 2017 election, tackling the key issues so far, from the role of observers, to the media the historic court judgement. And of course, with the withdrawal of the opposition's veteran candidate barely a week before the scheduled poll, we ask the question: what next?

Speakers to include: Michael Mbate, PhD candidate in Development and Corruption; Dickens Olewe, BBC journalist and host of Election Watch podcast; John Wainaina, Community leader and CEO of Youth League International; Njoki Wamai, Post Doctoral Researcher at Cambridge University on Transitional Justice and Perceptions of the ICC in Kenya; John Mbiyu, Chair of Kenya Movement for Democracy and Justice and twice-runner for MP; Julius Mbaluto, Editor-in-Chief of Informer East Africa and Journalist at BBC and Edwin Orero, Financial Auditor and Researcher on the use of PPPs to reduce risk in developing states. PLEASE MONITOR FOR UPDATES.

Join us from 6.00pm-9.00pm for talks, refreshments and the opportunity to meet others interested in East Africa

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