Violence disrupts Kenyan presidential election redo, voting postponed

World Today

Gunfire, violence, and looting is being reported in Kenya as tensions run high after Thursday’s redo of the country’s August presidential elections.

Voting in some areas is now indefinitely postponed.

Elections officials cite security concerns as justification, with some local poll workers violently chased away, tortured, and their homes broken into and looted. At least four people have been killed.

CGTN’s Robert Nagila reports from Nairobi.