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How the international media reacted to Uhuru's win

What the foreign press said about President Uhuru Kenyatta's re-election

President Uhuru Kenyatta was on Friday evening declared the winner of the highly-contested Presidential election.

This was after he gained 54 per cent of the votes tallied to see him edge out his arch-rival and National Super Alliance (NASA) flag bearer Raila Odinga who got 44.74 per cent.

News of his victory was met with wild cheers and celebrations country wide amid a few protests in Raila’s strongholds of Kisumu County.

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The media was not left behind in breaking the news that came late in the evening much to the relief of Kenyans who had anticipated for the announcement at midday.

P Live looks at what the international media had to say following his win:

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