RAILA ODINGA in trouble as AU and UN warn him against bloodshed during the October 26 election.

..any acts of violence. 

"It is critical that all concerned work towards the preservation of calm and peace in the country,’’ part of the statement read.

They also stressed the need for the Kenyan security services to exercise restraint, use minimal force in performing their duties and respect the freedom and political liberties of all Kenyans.


Kenyans go to the polls in a fierce contest between incumbent President Uhuru Kenyatta and opposition chief, Raila Odinga. 

However, Raila has threatened to boycott the election and use his goons to stop the election from happening.

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