Once viewed as one of Africa's most stable democracies, Kenya is on tenterhooks. This as accusations of voter fraud marr its presidential election. Annette Young and her panel discuss whether the country could see a repeat of the ethnic violence that erupted after the 2007 vote and what impact will this election have on a country that is still reeling from the effects of those riots.
- Franklin BETT, Spokesman, Raila Odinga's Cord Coalition - from Nairobi, Kenya
- Douglas YATES, Professor of Political Science, American University of Paris
- Monicah ANDEFA, Kenyan-born Project Administrator
- Abdullahi HALAKHE, Africa Horn Analyst - from Nairobi, Kenya
- Duncan WOODSIDE, France 24 correspondent - from Nairobi, Kenya
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Programme produced and prepared by Christopher Davis, anelise Borges and Mary Colombel