Thursday, January 03, 2008


As Jendayi Frazer, assistant secretary of state for African affairs, plans to leave for Nairobi, for talks with Kibaki and opposition leader Raila Odinga, State Department spokesman Sean McCormack says it will be a "Suprise" if Kibaki refuses to meet her.

The Kenyan Government has already refused several consultations both from within and International to resolve the "just rigged elections".

Today, in a televised atmosphere, Kenya's most senior lawyer has appealed for an independent investigation into the results of the presidential election of December 27 that have ignited days of deadly violence.

The surprise call from Amos Wako, the attorney-general, said:

"It is necessary ... that a proper tally of the valid certificates returned and confirmed should be undertaken immediately on a priority basis by an agreed and independent person or body"

Wako follows other Kenyans who have casted doubts about the Kenyan Elections including the Country's Senior Elections Chairman and 4 of his commisioners who said They need an International observer groups to monitor a fresh election to be carried out soon.

Various Kenyans have expressed solutions to the current impasse of Kenya's election but the Government refuses to work with them as mayhem goes on in every part of the country.

"We think that the government is resisting this mediation attempt from the African Union, the UK, the US and the European Union," Andrew Simmons, Al Jazeera's Africa bureau chief, said.