Kenyan police fire tear gas at opposition leader's auto

Anti-riot police lob tear gas to disperse NASA supporters in Nairobi

Anti-riot police lob tear gas to disperse NASA supporters in Nairobi

Demonstrators threw stones in response. TV footage showed two vehicles on fire. However, things turned ugly moments after Raila left the airport, with his convoy taking the wrong side of Mombasa Road to avoid traffic snarl-up, leading to confrontations between police and opposition supporters.

However, the government through the Ministry of Interior spokesperson Mwenda Njoka has denied the claims.

Four people, among them a police officer were rushed to hospital with injuries. Police used teargas and live bullets to disperse the huge crowd and occasionally sprayed the masses using water canons but the Nasa supporters remained resilient.

From Jogoo Road it turned back heading to the city centre. I went overseas... After you welcomed me well, he sent policemen to teargas you, to beat my people, to fire bullets at them.

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Mr Odinga boycotted the new vote, saying electoral reforms had not been made.

Only 39 per cent of registered voters took part.

Odinga has called for a "National Resistance Movement" to protest the outcome of a repeat presidential election, which was ordered by the Supreme Court after it annulled the results of an August poll over procedural irregularities.

The court will rule on Monday on cases that seek to nullify the rerun election.

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That was the situation for the better part of the day in Nairobi from the Jomo Kenyatta worldwide airport, through Mombasa road, Jogoo road and in the CBD as NASA supporters engaged the police in running battles.

Inspector-General of Police Joseph Boinnet and Nairobi County Commander Japhet Koome had outlawed the Nasa supporters' assembly at the airport citing security concerns.

"Jambo, operations at JKIA are running normally".

Kenya's prolonged election season has disrupted its economy.

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Several people were reported killed and cars burnt.

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