The last General Election in Kenya was held on December 27, 2007. In its aftermath, violence broke out on an unprecedented scale in the country’s Nyanza, Rift Valley, Coast and Nairobi provinces. A Commission of Inquiry chaired by Appeal Court judge Philip Waki reported that at least 1,133 people were killed and another 3,561 people injured. It also estimated that 117,216 private and 491 government-owned properties were destroyed. Approximately 350,000 people were displaced from their homes or usual places of business, with about 1,916 Kenyans seeking refuge in Uganda.
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