Raila Odinga: Kenya poll not winner takes all

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Prime Minister Raila Odinga is making his third attempt for the Kenyan presidency, having unsuccessfully stood in 1997 and 2007.

Eight candidates are vying to succeed Kenyan President Mwai Kibaki in Monday's election.

Widely regarded as the favourite this time, he claims to have been robbed of victory by vote-rigging in the last election.

He spoke to the BBC's Anne Mawathe about his priorities - and about whether his rival Uhuru Kenyatta should be tried by the International Criminal Court a month after the election.

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