Kenyans are now talking about the UN on various social media platforms thanks to his boss Antonio Guterres. This comes after he, at last, responded to Kenya's ongoing tallying procedure two days after the polls.
According to the source, Antonio was congratulating the Kenyan government, election administration organizations, and all other parties for holding peaceful polls and he urged Kenyans to continue keeping peace until the results were known.
The news that the UN chief praised Kenya for holding peaceful elections has since gone viral on social media and is receiving varied comments from Kenyans.
Many people have come out to congratulate Antonio for seeing what Kenyans are doing during the elections, while others have come out to urge Kenyans to maintain their composure in light of what Antonio is saying at the same time.
Anyhow, what do you think of the UN chief's message to Kenyans during this election season? As you inform your friends of this news, share your thoughts with them.
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