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Uhuru, Raila Latest Declaration Ahead of 2022 That Has Left Kenyans Excited

You all remember back in 2007 what happened during the post election violence. People really lost precious lives. At this point, the two political candidates now were united. When they lost, Kenyans decided to start rioting under their same leadership. By then, they were jointing together; they were on one side but PNU won over them. The riots really endorsed that thousands of Kenyans lost lives.

Even with small children, they could be stabbed severally with knives! Not until The late Koffi Annan came in and the riots stopped. Rift Valley was the hoist of all these where the Deputy president William Ruto Comes from. What can happen now if he doesn't win? That is what Raila Odinga is trying to warm and stress over. Bloodshed for leadership are two different things. Even Donald Trump lost against Joe Biden and this was accepted. No blood loss at all; we should therefore learn from the white people on how they conduct themselves.

The Orange Democratic Movement party leader Hon Raila Amollo Odinga and his handshake Partner president Uhuru Kenyatta has today left Kenyans praising them after making the following encouraging declaration ahead of the 2022 general election. In a report established by the STAR newspaper today on Saturday 16th of October, the ODM party leader Raila Odinga and President Uhuru Kenyatta have promised to ensure that the upcoming General election in 2022 will be peaceful and there will be no form of violence will be seen.

Raila who spoke to the media house today has confirmed that he and the president are working around the clock to tighten loose ends in the election process to ensure that next year's election is peaceful as well as free and fair.

"My brother Uhuru and I are committed to ensuring that the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission delivers a free and fair election free from violence for the first time in Kenyan history. I can assure you it free and fair thereby liberating this country where our forefathers wanted it to be, "ODM chief told the star.

One thing am not very sure of, yes he has spoke it all. What if he loses and Kenyans are watching? Shall he just go outside the country as he normally does leaving Kenyans kill themselves? I wish I were there to ask him these questions.

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