Today kenyans have had murmurs concerning good presentation of leaders in the morning prayer held at safari park.
The key leaders the president Uhuru Kenyatta, his deputy William Ruto and the Azimio la umoja learning mate Martha Karua who were present preached peace. They eliminated their differences. The deputy president William Ruto also has shown his respect to the president.
The deputy president has also asked for forgiveness from the nation and also the presdent. He has wished the president nice and humble moments as he looks forward to go home after elections.
The Azimio running mate leader Martha Karua also encouraged peace and urged leaders to say true promised to the Kenyans. She added that all the leaders should embrace good character to lessen the pressures on the citizens concerning elections. The president also in his remarks encouraged togetherness.
With other church leaders the country has been at large urged to maintain calmness during this electioneering period .
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