A teenage boy has been killed in Kenya as clashes between opposition protestors and police continue on election day.
The incident happened in Kimusu in the western parts of the country which is a stronghold of opposition leader Raila Odinga.
The head nurse at the New Nyanza General in Kimusu – Henry Omosa, says a young man believed to be 18 years old died shortly after arriving at the casualty unit.
He says three others were brought in with and suffered gunshot wounds that they sustained during running battles with polices. The opposition protestors were trying to prevent voters from reaching polling stations when the clashes with police broke out.
Odinga is yet to speak out on the boycott and the violence that has ensued.
On Wednesday, Odinga called for his supporters to boycott the elections claiming they wouldn’t be free, fair or credible.
Thursday 26 October 2017 15:45
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