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Kenya coalition 'held together by corruption'

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Kenya's coalition government is in danger of collapse due to widespread corruption and rifts between the President Mwai Kibaki and the Prime Minister Raila Odinga.

Mr Odinga tried to suspend two ministers over corruption allegations but the president annulled his decision. The coalition formed two years ago as part of a peace deal when more than a 1,000 people died in violent protests. Will Ross reports from Nairobi.

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