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    Kenyans Wait Anxiously for Vote Counti
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    March 07, 2013 12:51 AM
    Technical problems have forced Kenyan election officials to ditch an electronic system and to undertake a slower count of ballots. And as VOA East Africa correspondent Gabe Joselow reports, the delays and other problems with tabulating the vote have sparked anxieties in Kenya.

    Kenyans Wait Anxiously for Vote Count

    Published March 06, 2013

    Technical problems have forced Kenyan election officials to ditch an electronic system and to undertake a slower count of ballots. And as VOA East Africa correspondent Gabe Joselow reports, the delays and other problems with tabulating the vote have sparked anxieties in Kenya.


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