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Maintain Peace as You Wait For Supreme Court Verdict


Nairobi peace Committee has applauded Nairobi residents for the peace that has been experienced in the city during this electioneering period.

The committee Chairman Thomas Akendo while speaking to Ghetto Radio News applauded the residents for keeping peace despite the controversial announcement of the presidential results that left the county divided.

“I must first congratulate ourselves for being sober this time round…we have been experiencing a loud peace across the county despite mix political turn of events,” Akendo said.

He is now calling on the Nairobi residents to continue upholding peace and wait for the final verdict of the Supreme Court on the presidential election petition.

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“The court is doing its job and what we need to do now is to stay calm… It’s still a democratic process and let’s be prepared for either outcome… We have a country to protect and we must maintain our unity as citizens,” Akendo added.

Odinga challenged the presidential results in Supreme Court citing irregularities in the process and final declaration of the winner.

“The petition is about the forces of democracy who are pushing for good governance against cartels of corruption, who can stop at nothing to ensure that they take the leadership of the country by all means,” Odinga said.

By Allan Otieno


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