Unity government offer rejected

NAIROBI – Kenyan Opposition Leader Raila Odinga yesterday rejected an offer to form a unity government to end an electoral dispute that has sparked deadly ethnic violence in the East African country. Mr Odinga told a news conference that President Mwai Kibaki, re-elected by a narrow margin in a vote count that international observers said was deeply flawed, “cannot offer us anything because he did not win the election”.

“There cannot be peace without justice,” Mr Odinga said.

He welcomed the expected arrival this week of Ghanian President John Kufuor, chairman of the African Union, to mediate.

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