Kenyan President “Undisputed” in “Disputed Elections”


He is coming for the Kenyan people even if it becomes a banana republic and no matter what price is paid he is just coming for you and he is none other than Mr.Uhuru Kenyatta, who after being stopped by the apex court of the country came back with a thumping victory to seek the throne and rule again.


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Kenya’s officeholder president Uhuru Kenyatta won 98 for every penny of the vote in a rehash presidential decision in Kenya, albeit just 39 for each penny of voters turned out because of a restriction blacklist, the nation’s constituent bonus said on Monday.

The declaration touched off little dissents in a couple of restriction fortresses, yet in addition festivities in expert Kenyatta zones of the east African nation. Veteran resistance pioneer Raila Odinga had officially marked the decision a sham.

Given the profoundly enraptured climate, a few Kenyans expect that the savagery saw so far — generally, dissenters conflicting with police — is beginning to go up against ethnic hints after two passings in conflicts between equal gatherings on the end of the week.

On Monday, the U.S. diplomat said Washington was “significantly worried” by the flare-ups of brutality in Kenya — East Africa’s greatest economy and a key security partner of the West against aggressor Islam — since the Oct. 26 re-run decision.

In his triumph discourse, Kenyatta rehashed his conviction that his triumph in the first Aug. 8 race — later invalidated by the Supreme Court because of a series of anomalies — was true blue and said discourse would need to hold up if the resistance would stop court cases once more.

“My triumph today is simply part of a procedure that is probably going to by and by being subjected to an established test through our courts … I will submit to this sacred way paying little mind to the result,” Kenyatta said.

“The individuals who will ask me: ‘Are you going to take part in exchange?’ … Let them [the opposition] most importantly deplete all their sacred choices.”

Kenyatta took 98 for every penny of the vote, comes about because of 266 out of 291 voting public appeared. The discretionary commission said 7,616,217 legitimate votes were thrown, speaking to 39 for each penny of the 19.6 million enrolled voters.

Challenges by Odinga’s supporters kept surveying stations from opening in 25 voting public.

The decision commission said that poor security counteracted balloting in those territories yet the last declaration could proceed as it would not “physically influence” the outcome.

As the decision commission started perusing comes about on Monday, around 100 young people tuning in through their cell phones accumulated in Nairobi’s Kawangware ghetto, droning “No Raila No Peace.”

When the result was declared, dissidents lit ablaze amidst the road and started insulting mob police with cries of “the general population need nerve gas.”

Prior in the day, police scattered nonconformists with poisonous gas when they attempted to obstruct a visit to Kawangware by Interior Minister Fred Matiang’i.


In the end, whether people like it or not they have to bear this great as well as controversial leader who got 98% out of just 39 % population who voted, a loss for democracy and victory for corruption which is not going already backward Kenya and the African continent who follow this tendency.





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