Kenyans are generally peaceful people, thus political leaders must lead the way in promoting it. People are having trouble sleeping because of the presidential contest, and leaders are getting more irritated because of the continuing Tallying. The most recent provisional results indicate that Azimio will win the contest for statehouse.
Well, Stephen Sang, the governor of Nandi, has many Kenyans asking why they would even dare to criticize the IEBC for their excellent work. As stated by Stephen Sang "Nothing new has been discovered! As a result, they are getting ready to announce their own fictitious results, swear him in once more as the president of the people, and then shake hands once more with HE Dr. @WilliamsRuto. WSR is not the UK, mark you. Blackmail and impunity won't be tolerated under the new Kenya Kwanza administration. Switch things up!"
Political leaders shouldn't express this kind of sentiment. Time is advancing quickly, and tension, anxiety, and panic are sweeping the nation.
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