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  • What Kenya Can Teach South Africa And Nigeria In Their Upcoming Elections

    2019 elections By Kurt Davis Jr., 6:40 pm AFKI Original

    Africa’s two biggest economies will have an election in 2019 with many observers and investors speculating on the side-effects of the political process on both economies, especially if fallout comes about before or after the process takes its due course. Perhaps Kenya’s current and past presidential election experiences can serve as a lesson for those two African powerhouse nations, in order for negative outcomes to be mitigated.

  • Kenyan Opposition Leader Claims Election Systems Were Hacked Following Initial Results

    Kenyan opposition leader By Peter Pedroncelli, 7:21 pm

    Kenyan opposition leader, Raila Odinga, has alleged that the electoral commission’s servers had been hacked in order to sway early election results in favor of incumbent, Uhuru Kenyatta, ensuring that the current president remains in charge of the country. With election results from Tuesday’s voting almost entirely counted, Kenyatta appeared to have an unassailable lead over Odinga, prompting the opposition leader to suggest that the results were a fraud made possible thanks to hackers infiltrating the system

  • Facebook Determined To Fight Fake News In Kenya With Educational Tool

    Facebook is helping Kenyans to spot fake news. Photo - BBC By Peter Pedroncelli, 6:23 am

    In an effort to limit hate speech and combat fake news in Kenya ahead of national elections in the country, Facebook has launched a tool that seeks to educate users on how to identify stories that are genuine from those that are fake. The social media site has provided a tool at the top of user news feeds from which users are directed to the Facebook Help Center, where they will be given access to information that will assist them in determining which news articles are fake.

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