BY JOHN WERU,NAIROBI,1ST SEPT 2017- President Uhuru Kenyatta has urged Kenyans to maintain peace after the supreme court’s ruling that nullified his win.
Addressing the nation from state house Nairobi on Friday,Uhuru reiterated his call to Kenyans to live in peace with their neighbors saying the court’s decision had nothing to do with harmoniously coexistence of Kenyans.
Kenyatta says in as much as he does not agree with the ruling which he says has disregarded the wish of over 40 million Kenyans who voted,he respects it because it is the rule of law.”Six people have decided to go against the will of 40 milion kenyans,but that is that it is the law we must respect it”.he said.
Uhuru has also urged the opposition not to divide Kenyans more so on tribal lines.Wacheni ukabila wacheni utengano .wacha kutenganisha watu.uze sera zenu.watu wachchae hawawezi badlisha nia ya wanachi milionii 40.hawawezi…hawawezi.
Wakenya ndio watamua and that is the nature of democracy.” added the president.
He said he was ready to go back to the people and sell their agenda of uniting kenyans,developing the nation.