Kenya's defeated opposition leader urges his supporters to skip work on Monday in protest at alleged vote rigging during Friday’s election.
Raila Odinga told his supporters to wait for the next course of action. He says he will outline a new strategy on Tuesday. Odinga reiterated claims the vote has been stolen accusing the government of planning to rig the elections and then kill his supporters. The comments come amid a chorus of calls from the international community urging him to calm his followers. Angry opposition supporters have taken to the streets again.