Only one day remaining before Kenyans go to the ballot to elect their leaders. All aspirants have promised to keep peace and make sure that Kenya doesn't get into problems. Moreover, international election observers have been jetting into the country holding meetings with candidates. The latest being Uganda opposition leader Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine.
Kyagulanyi had a meeting with Raila Odinga then took to Facebook to say;
"As part of our mission to observe the Kenyan Presidential Election slated for Tuesday, I was glad today to meet with and interact with Presidential Candidate Rt. Hon. Raila Omoro Odinga. Another part of our team yesterday met with Presidential Candidate William Ruto. Wishing the great people of Kenya a free, fair, credible and peaceful election."
The election observers have expressed their confidence in IEBC that they will conduct free and fair election. Their prayer is that the elections will be free and fair.
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