Briefing | Kenyan election: Scenarios for protests and unrest


The upcoming poll in Kenya is likely to be fiercely fought. Both of the main candidates, William Ruto and Raila Odinga, have indicated that they will challenge the result if they lose the presidential vote. And with the memory of the mass violence and unrest which occurred in Kenya in 2007 still looming, there are questions about the likelihood of widespread disruptive protests, unrest and violence around the elections.

In this briefing, Dragonfly’s subject matter experts will give their forecasts for how the vote is likely to play out. To assist with planning, they will outline scenarios and potential hotspots for violence and unrest, and provide monitoring points. They will also discuss the findings of recent client benchmarking of security and mitigation measures.

We look forward to you joining. Places are limited and preference will be given to Dragonfly clients.

Date: Friday 22 July
Time: 1000hrs BST | 1200hrs EAT | 1300hrs GST

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