Head of Logistics and Security, Joshua Irungu could however not determine how many Heads of state will make it to the Assumption of the Office of the President.
The Supreme Court on Monday upheld Kenyatta’s after dismissing the three petitions on the basis that they lacked merit.
Britain, Uganda, Bangladesh and South Sudan congratulated the head of state for his second term in office.
President Kenyatta won the fresh elections garnering 98 per cent of the votes cast that translated into 7.4 million votes.
Coming in second was Raila Odinga who withdrew from the election but still garnered 73,228 votes with Third-way Alliance’s Ekuru Aukot coming in a distant third with 21,333 votes.
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