KENYAN OPPOSITION LEADER URGES FOLLOWERS TO SKIP WORK MONDAY

Kenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga urged his supporters to skip work on Monday to protest what he charged were rigged elections that gave victory to President Kenyatta/' title='Uhuru Kenyatta News'>Uhuru Kenyatta. The government denounced violent demonstrations as unlawful and urged Kenyans to return to their jobs.

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