Kenya opposition leader will go to Supreme Court over disputed elections

Raila Odinga has been protesting the result of the vote that was won by incumbent Uhuru Kenyatta despite the African Union and the European Union giving it the all clear.

FILE: Kenya's opposition party Coalition for Reforms and Democracy leader Raila Odinga. Picture: AFP.

NAIROBI - Kenya opposition leader Raila Odinga said on Wednesday he would go to court over last week's disputed presidential election results.

"This is just the beginning, we will not accept and move on," he told reporters in the capital Nairobi.

Odinga has been protesting the result of the vote that was won by incumbent Uhuru Kenyatta despite the African Union and the European Union giving it the all clear.

Dozens of people have been killed in post-election violence.