Kenyan President William Ruto vows to run an inclusive, transparent and accountable government as he aims to transform the regional powerhouse.
Ruto scored 51.25 percent of the vote, reversing earlier gains for Odinga, who had 48.09 percent, according to figures from the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission.
Kenyans are praying for a peaceful transition of power after almost a decade under President Uhuru Kenyatta, but concerns about vote-rigging linger.
Opposition leader Raila Odinga said last month he would be inaugurated by a people's assembly on December 12. Under Kenyan law, treason is punishable by death.
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