Yesterday was the last day of campaigns as per the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission(IEBC) guidelines. All politicians made their final submissions with the hope that they will emerge victorious in Tuesday's election. But President Uhuru Kenyatta remains in office until a new president is sworn in.
He has clearly outlined what has done for Kenyans in the last ten years and the challenges he has gone through. The Head of State indicated that he has achieved more in the second term than in his first term.
He concluded by wishing Kenyans the very best as they got on Tuesday to choose their fifth Head of State but asked them to embrace peace before and after elections. He warned that whoever will try to cause chaos because he or she is dissatisfied with the results will be dealt with firmly.
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