Kenya's supreme court has dismissed two petitions against the October 26 reelection of president Uhuru Kenyatta.
Six judges unanimously refuted the allegations according to Chief Justice David Maraga.
The other death was of a paramedic shot dead while attending to the injured during a protest in Migori. "That was not an election and we will continue opposing him", said one resident of the opposition stronghold of Kisumu city, Wycliffe Onyango.
In September, the court nullified the August presidential election over irregularities and ordered a new vote which was held last month.
On October 30, Kenyatta won the repeat presidential election with 98 percent of the vote, though opposition supporters staged a boycott and prevented polls from opening in several counties.
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The apex court will today (Monday, November 20, 2017), either invalidate the November election or give the green light for President Kenyatta's swearing-in for a second term.
Reacting to the judgment, the opposition described it as done under "duress".
"We remind the Kenyan government of its obligation to protect the constitutional rights of peaceful assembly, free speech, and security of the person, to enable inclusive participation in the country's political and dialogue processes", the observers said.
The protests turned violent in some parts of Nyanza, Odinga's home area as well as in the Kibera and Mathare slums in the capital of Nairobi. On Friday (Nov. 17), at least five people were killed as police dispersed supporters of opposition candidate Raila Odinga, who were welcoming him back from a trip overseas.