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Odinga believes he could win Kenyan elections

NAIROBI – Kenya’s opposition leader, Raila Odinga believes he’ll be the country’s next president if elections are free and fair.

He was speaking in London after two protesters were shot dead by Kenyan police in his hometown of Bondo.

Odinga said he’s not calling for rallies against the election re-run.

He said Kenyans are choosing to protest against the dictatorship creeping into their lives.

Odinga has pulled out of the upcoming election this month.

He believes his withdrawal triggers a cancellation of the poll.

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