Museveni noted that Kenyatta’s win was upheld and conducted through a free, fair and credible process as was ordered by the Supreme Court.
“Your re-election is a clear testimony of the trust you have earned from the people of Kenya and appreciation of efforts you have made towards development of your country and region for the last five years,” read the statement in part.
“I look forward to continue working with you to strengthen the brotherly relations and cooperation between our two countries as well as other EAC partner states in the quest to develop our region.”
The Jubilee party leader was declared duly elected having garnered 7.4 million votes that translate into 98 per cent of the votes cast.
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