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Kenya's ballot triggers 'anxiety' for economy

The current political uncertainty in Kenya has started to have an impact on people's daily lives and the country's economy.

The normally jammed streets in Nairobi have been unusually quiet as many Kenyans stay away from work, waiting for the results.

The slowdown in the towns and streets has already affected the economy, where food prices have started to rise.

Anne Mawathe reports.

  • 08 Mar 2013
  • From the section Africa
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