Kenya President vows to unite the country

Nairobi – President Uhuru Kenyetta made a vow to be the leader for all the Kenyans. He also vowed to unite the country after the election divided them.
“I will devote my time and energy to build bridges, to unite and bring prosperity,” he said
This promise is more likely to ring unfilled for the opposition, which rejects his election entirely.
This kind of message is what Kenyans need right now, after the elections that took 4 months that left the country divided.
The elections that took place on the 8th of August, which were won by Kenyatta, the elctions were annulled in a historic decision made by the Judge at the Supreme Court was that there will be a re-run on the 26th October.
Kenyatta won the election poll by 98%, while his opposition party leader Raila Odinga boycotted the elections, saying the elections vowing that they won’t be fair or free.
“The election we have just concluded is probably one of the longest ever held in our continent’s history,” said Kenyatta, “the end, and I repeat the end, of our electoral process”.
“It has been a trying time but once again Kenyans have shown their resilience,” he added.

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