2007-8 post elections violence victims call for peace

IDPs, who were fled from their areas of business and residence in 2008, need peace

Protests have been reported in some parts of the country following the presidential votes which have currently put President Uhuru Kenyatta ahead of opposing leader Raila Odinga barely a day after elections were conducted across the nation.

The IDPs, who were fled from their areas of business and residence in 2008, while meeting in Nyamira town, told P Live that Kenya is one country which should remain united at all costs.

They vividly recall what happened to them during the period and greatly appeal to leaders and people of Kenya to maintain peace.

“We know what chaos means and we would not be happy to see Kenya bleeding again. Let’s maintain peace,” they collectively said.

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