President of Kenya sworn in after disputed replay
"I will dedicate my time and energy to build bridges, unite and bring prosperity," Kenyatta told the large crowd gathered for his inauguration at the Kasarani Stadium in Nairobi.
The opposition, however, rejects its election openly.  The leadership contest has been plagued by controversy amid accusations of vote manipulation, an unprecedented ruling by the supreme court that nullified the initial vote and sporadic episodes of violence in the opposition strongholds.
"The election we have just concluded was probably one of" Today, the 123th day since we began on August 8, today's inauguration marks the end, and I repeat the end, of our electoral process. "[[[Kennettadijoalamultitud19659002] Kenyatta also promised to open the country's labor market to nationals of other East African countries and move towards a universal health care system.
The Supreme Court of Kenya ruled last week that the October 26 pre overcoming the pleas fulfilled all the constitutional requirements, paving the way for Kenyatta to take the presidential oath again The opposition rejected the ruling, saying it was done "under duress."
Odinga had boycotted the October repetition, saying that it would be unfair because the electoral commission had not implemented the reforms, Kenyatta won with 98% of the votes.
Kenyatta's first task: Unify the country  As the largest economy in East Africa, Kenya is a crucial trade route for the continent and has provided an important cushion of stability in the region.
The presidential race – and the subsequent election-related violence – has plunged political chaos into the richest country in East Africa, reopening the ethnic divisions that Kenyatta will need to address quickly.
Kenyatta is a member of the largest community in the country, the Kikuyu, originally from the central highlands of the country. The Kikuyu have been accused for a long time of exercising strong economic and political power in the country. Odinga is part of the Luo community, which some say has become increasingly marginalized in recent years.
The Kenyan police confirmed at least 14 deaths before the Supreme Court ruling last week, although the opposition disputes this figure
According to Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International in October, up to 67 people could have been murdered across the country in election-related violence between the initial ballot in August and mid-September.
Lauren Said-Moorhouse of CNN contributed to this report.