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In recent days, the queues of early morning travellers at Nairobi's long-distance bus stations have been thick with people seeking to leave the city. In the runup to Tuesday's elections the signs were clear: a tight race and a history of political violence meant many Kenyans were taking no chances, choosing to head for the sanctuary of their ethnic heartlands for the election period. "You cannot predict how the situation will be," Ezekiel Odhiambo told AFP at a Nairobi bus terminal after putting his five daughters on a bus headed to the countryside.
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