William Ruto is the declared winner of Kenya’s presidential election, after edging out opposition leader Raila Odinga by an extremely narrow margin. Odinga is rejecting the results and will challenge them in court, something he’s done in the past – this is his fifth time running. Chaos erupted at the election center and in Odinga strongholds, and four of the seven electoral officials disowned the results. For more on this, Sara Sidner speaks with CNN's Larry Madowo in Kisumu.
Also on today's show: International Crisis Group's Africa Program Director Murithi Mutiga; International relations professor Oliver Stuenkel; Austrian Minister for Climate Action Leonore Gewessler.