Kenyan city fears violence re-run ahead of tight vote
Kisumu businesses looted, burnt in riots after 2007 vote
Some firms draw down stock, shut before Monday's ballot
Bloodletting five years ago brought economy to standstill
By Duncan Miriri
KISUMU, Kenya, Feb 26 (Reuters) - Some businesses in Kisumu, Kenya's third-largest city, have reduced stock or closed ahead of Monday's presidential elections for fear of a repeat of the tribal violence that killed more than 1,200 people at the last such vote five years ago.
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