In the country, there are over forty million Kenyans who are living in different parts. Most of them are farmers while others are businessmen. Yesterday, IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati announced the presidential results whereby UDA leader William Ruto was declared as the winner. William Ruto's supporters stormed different streets to celebrate.
According to the source, National Security Advisory Committee has just been the silence and send a strong message to all Kenyans. As per the latest report share by Citizen Digital, National Security Advisory Committee has asked all Kenyans to resume their work as usual. Also, the government has confirmed that the country is secure. I quote some statement from the source, " I call on all Kenyans and the business community to resume their daily normal activities and get back to the business of building our great nation. I am pleased to confirm that our nation is safe and secure, "Kinyua revealed. This just come in a day after IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati announced the presidential results whereby UDA leader William Ruto won.
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