Kenya's Supreme Court has judged that irregularities had harmed the integrity of the presidential vote on 8 August 2017. A new presidential election must now be conducted within 60 days of the ruling.
There is an African idiom that if a man does not eat at home, he may never give his wife enough money to cook a good pot of soup. This might just be true when applied to politicians on the continent seeking medical help anywhere but home.
Another election, another win, another loss, another dispute, another positive endorsement by the 'international observer teams,' and another litany of condemnation by locals for a poor show, another round of killing and maiming of protesters.