Kenya fears return of Rift Valley election violence

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Kenya is gearing up for its first general election since the disputed 2007 poll.

The vote is expected to be held in March next year. Politicians are actively campaigning and trying to strengthen their alliances.

But there are fears that not enough is being done to prevent a repeat of the violence that marred the last elections, leaving at least 1,200 people dead.

Kevin Mwachiro reports from Nakuru, in the Rift Valley, which witnessed some of the worst clashes.

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