President Uhuru Kenyatta has once again lauded Kenyans for conducting peaceful campaigns and called on them to remain united and peaceful after the August 8th elections.
Addressing faithfuls when he attended separate church services at Deliverance Church Umoja and Jesus Winner Ministry at Roysambu in Nairobi on Sunday, the Head of State asked Kenyans to maintain peace and continue living together harmoniously.
“I thank Kenyans for largely conducting peaceful campaigns and I urge all of us to remain united after August 8,” President Kenyatta said.
“Let us thank God for the peace we have continued to enjoy in our country and vow to maintain it as we also pray for a peaceful election, unity and prosperity for all Kenyans.”
Accompanied by Deputy President William Ruto, Uhuru urged Kenyans to pray for peace ahead of Tuesday's contest.
“Do not allow anything to put a wedge between you. You have been good neighbors and I urge you to remain so regardless of your tribe, religion or political affiliation,” President Kenyatta said.
“Kenya after the election will be for the first time special. This election will not have losers and winners, democracy will prevail,” said the Deputy President William Ruto.