Kenya: A New Era Dawns Kenyans turn out for presidential elections Friday, choosing a successor to Daniel arap Moi. Voting is said to be peaceful as people cast ballots for one of five candidates. Moi has ruled Kenya for 24 years. NPR's Jason Beaubien reports.

Kenya: A New Era Dawns

Kenya: A New Era Dawns

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Kenyans turn out for presidential elections Friday, choosing a successor to Daniel arap Moi. Voting is said to be peaceful as people cast ballots for one of five candidates. Moi has ruled Kenya for 24 years. NPR's Jason Beaubien reports.

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