I will accept August 8 General Election results – Uhuru
President Uhuru Kenyatta has reiterated that he will accept the outcome of the August 8, 2017 General Election.
Speaking when he presided over the 54th Madaraka Day celebrations at Kabiruini grounds in Nyeri County, President Kenyatta said that he is committed to a peaceful election and that he will accept the outcomes.
The President appealed to all Kenyans to maintain peace during the forthcoming polls and not allow themselves to be divided along ethnic, religious and political lines.
He has assured the residents that his Jubilee administration will guarantee security during the poll, challenging his fellow politicians to focus on selling their agenda for the country, instead of divisive politics.
Speaking earlier, Deputy President William Ruto lauded Jubilee achievements as it seeks re-election, and its decision to devolve national day celebrations, even as he has also called for unity among Kenyans.
NASA flag bearer Raila Odinga, National Assembly Speaker J.B. Muturi, Majority Leader, Aden Duale, CSs Raychelle Omamo, Fred Matiang’i, Willy Bett and Najib Balala are among dignitaries present.