Am confidence of a win, President Kenyatta says as he casts his ballot in Kiambu

Am confidence of a win, President Kenyatta says as he casts his ballot in Kiambu

BY JOHN WERU/PSCU,8TH AUG 2017-President Uhuru Kenyatta has expressed his confidence that he will emerge victorious in the August 8 poll.Kenyatta said this after casting  his vote at Mutomo Primary School in Kiambu constituency, Kiambu county.

”i am confident of winning the election but in the unlikely event I don’t, I will accept the results. I challenge my opponents to do the same if they lose,” he said

The Head of State arrived at the polling station at 11:30am accompanied by First Lady Margret Kenyatta who voted earlier at St Mary’s School, his children Ngina and Jomo, his Personal Assistant Jomo Gecaga, as well as State House Spokesperson Manoah Esipisu.

 Speaking to the press after casting his ballot, President Kenyatta  also urged voters  to maintain peace, saying the country needs to move on after the polls.

“Let us come together and move forward. Whatever the outcome is, we should be able to move on,” he said.

He reiterated his commitment to accepting the outcome of the vote while challenging his opponents to do the same.

 

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