Raila’s message to Kenyans before voting on Tuesday
NASA Presidential candidate Raila Odinga has issued a strong message to Kenyans before D-day...
Odinga, who was at Hub shopping mall in Karen on Sunday with his grandchildren, urged Kenyans to vote peacefully on Tuesday and co-exist with each other even after voting.
The Opposition leader urged Kenyans to come out in large numbers and vote for either him or President Uhuru Kenyatta.
“I want to appeal to all Kenyans to come out in large numbers and vote. As you vote either for me or my brother Uhuru Kenyatta I wish all of you all the best and pray that the election will be free, fair and credible," Odinga stated.
On the other hand, the Head of State also had the same message for Kenyans who urged them to vote peacefully.
“Elections are a one-day affair. After Tuesday, Kenya and Kenyans will remain. So let us be peaceful and remain united just like we are in this church which has brought together all people from Kenya and beyond,” Kenyatta said.
The President, who attended church services in Umoja and Roysambu on Sunday in the company of DP William Ruto, told Kenyans to vote and go back home.
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Both leaders have exuded confidence that they are going to win in Tuesday’s polls.
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