President Uhuru Disagrees But Respects Court Ruling, Ready For Round Two

President, Uhuru Kenyatta

President Uhuru Kenyatta has disagreed with the ruling delivered on Friday by the Supreme Court judges.

The President has said that the four judges disregarded the will of the people.

The Jubilee Party Leader has said that he and his deputy, William Ruto will go back to the people to sell the same agenda; an agenda to unify the people and develop the country.

The president has continued to preach peace has asked Kenyans to shake each others hand as they had played their part.

”Your neighbor will still be your neighbor,” the President has said.

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He asked his opponents to sell their agenda and refrain from dividing the Kenyan people.

Kenyatta has maintained that four people (Supreme Court Judges) cannot overturn the will of over 40 million Kenyans that braved through the cold weather and queued for hours.

He said the people will decide again as is DEMOCRACY.

The Supreme Court judges nullified his win based on irregularities. Justice Jackton Boma Ka’jwang and Njoki Ndung’u dissented to the ruling.

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Written by Merxcine Cush


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