Kenya’s deputy leader takes hard line over disputed election win

William Ruto rules out talks and accuses opposition leader Raila Odinga of undermining democracy

Kenya’s powerful deputy president has ruled out any immediate negotiations with opposition leaders, amid fears of further violent protests in the aftermath of last week’s contentious presidential election rerun.

William Ruto accused Raila Odinga, the leader of the opposition National Super Alliance (Nasa), of transforming the coalition into a “resistance militia” and accused him of deliberately orchestrating violence to undermine democracy.

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