In the country, there are more than forty million Kenyans who are living in different places. Most of Kenyans are hardworking people who depend on themselves. Recently, IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati announced the presidential results and declare UDA leader William Ruto as the winner of presidential race.
According to the source, another prominent leader has just broke the silence and revealed what all Kisumu county residents are expected to do tomorrow. Through his statement, MP Joshua has revealed that all residents of kisumu and other parts of the country should remain calm and peaceful tomorrow as the court will issues final judgment. He has also dismissed the security advisory issued against Kisumu by US ambassy saying that there is no reasons for chaos.
This just come in after US embassy issued a strong warning to their citizens who are living in Kisumu county, the US embassy revealed that some chaos maybe witnessed in Kisumu after the Supreme Court makes it final judgment.
Let us come together and pray for the top judges who are busy preparing for tomorrow's final judgment.
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