Protesters block a road with burning tires as they take to the streets to protest the results of the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) primary elections, after they claimed that Ruth Odinga the younger sister of Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga, had been declared the winning ODM candidate for the area's gubernatorial seat, which could not be immediately verified, in the town of Kisumu in western Kenya, Sunday, Jan. 20, 2013. Political parties in Kenya this week held their internal elections to decide candidates who will vie for gubernatorial, senate, county, and women representatives seats in the upcoming March 4 elections, a process which was fraught with irregularities, disorganization and disgruntled losers, increasing the chances of conflict during the upcoming vote, analysts said on Friday. (AP Photo)

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Protesters block a road with burning tires as they take to the streets to protest the results of the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) primary elections, after they claimed that Ruth Odinga the younger sister of Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga, had been declared the winning ODM candidate for the area's gubernatorial seat, which could not be immediately verified, in the town of Kisumu in western Kenya, Sunday, Jan. 20, 2013. Political parties in Kenya this week held their internal elections to decide candidates who will vie for gubernatorial, senate, county, and women representatives seats in the upcoming March 4 elections, a process which was fraught with irregularities, disorganization and disgruntled losers, increasing the chances of conflict during the upcoming vote, analysts said on Friday. (AP Photo)
Protesters block a road with burning tires as they take to the streets to protest the results of the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) primary elections, after they claimed that Ruth Odinga the younger sister of Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga, had been declared the winning ODM candidate for the area's gubernatorial seat, which could not be immediately verified, in the town of Kisumu in western Kenya, Sunday, Jan. 20, 2013. Political parties in Kenya this week held their internal elections to decide candidates who will vie for gubernatorial, senate, county, and women representatives seats in the upcoming March 4 elections, a process which was fraught with irregularities, disorganization and disgruntled losers, increasing the chances of conflict during the upcoming vote, analysts said on Friday. (AP Photo)
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