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"It Is Over" Azimio's Kabando Wa Kabando Finally Congratulates Ruto, Sends Him A Powerful Message

Azimio's Kabando Wa Kabando Finally Congratulates Ruto and Sends Him a Powerful Message

The former Mukurueni constituency member of parliament, Hon. Kabando Wa Kabando, who ran unsuccessfully for the Nyeri senatorial seat on the Narc-Kenya party, which is part of the Azimio La Umoja-One Kenya coalition party, has congratulated Wiliam Ruto on his presidential victory. 

On his social media pages, Kabando stated that every election must have a victor, and that the contest is now finished and it is time to move on.

He emphasized that Kenya will always have a single president who is elected by Kenyans and has the authority to administer the country, and that there is no loser in the just ended elections because each county has representation.

It was a thrilling battle! Competitions are the foundation of our democracy. With both national and county representations, there are no losers, only winners. " Kabando has posted on his social media accounts.

"Kenya will never have more than one state house, one president, one nation, or one people. Our sovereignty cannot be divided. Justice is our shield and defender. It has ended. " He added

Further, he encouraged Ruto to unite the nation as the father of the nation, pushing him to end crimes such as extrajudicial murders and other vices that are detrimental to the nation.

"Best regards, # the5th."You are now the nation's patriarch. As challenging as it may be, pledge and act to halt endemic graft, eliminate pervasive impunity, halt extrajudicial executions, offer optimism, especially to desperate youths, hate nepotism and tribalism, resuscitate Vision 2030, and boost Kenya's reputation. He added

The source is https://twitter.com/Wakabando/status/1566403950445793283?t=5mSEJOEOAeP9sie867XV-A&s=19. 

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