In every political contest, there is always a winner and a loser. Following the declaration of Dr William Ruto as president elect by the independent electoral and boundaries commission (IEBC), majority of African leaders have already congratulated our country for exercising their democratic right in a peaceful manner.
Through his verified Twitter page, Former Nairobi county governor honourable Mike sonko has requested all Kenyans across the political divide to pray for the ODM boss since losing presidential election for the fifth time is not a joke. He was quoted;
"Dear Kenyans, with all due respect to the nation and to my friend Raila Odinga, and despite all that has been going on in the past and is going on now, I think it's high time we put Baba in prayers as a country."
This comes despite the fact that he was supporting his political opponent Dr William Ruto for Presidency.
We urge all Kenyans to remaining calm and peaceful so that they will be used to cause chaos by politicians who are defending their selfish interests.
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