The President cast his vote at Mutomo Primary school in Gatundu
Kenyatta spoke shortly after casting his vote at Mutomo Primary School in Gatundu South.
The head of state echoed a similar statement issued by Interior CS Fred Matiang’i, insisting that 90 percent of the country had recorded a peaceful voting process.
Kenyatta called on the rights of all Kenyans to respected so that those who wanted to vote would do so freely while those who wished not to vote would be allowed to give their voice.
“It is my wish that the country can move forward after this election. We cannot achieve our goals if we continue to embark on tribalistic politics,” Kenyatta stated.
The Jubilee presidential candidate promised that he would work towards uniting the country if he is successfully elected as president.