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The votes are in and mostly counted from Kenya's presidential election. But the opposition candidate, Raila Odinga, is making explosive accusations. He says the entire election was hacked. NPR's East Africa correspondent Eyder Peralta joins us now from Nairobi.

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And now to Kenya. Kenyans are going to the polls this week to elect a president. NPR's Eyder Peralta reports that, amid festive campaign rallies, voters are most worried about how to put food on the table.

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Some people walked hours to get to Shyira. They trekked down the steep hills that surround the small town in northern Rwanda last month not only to celebrate Liberation Day, but to get a close view of the country's president, Paul Kagame.

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