NCIC has urged Kenyans to maintain peace irrespective of the presidential results outcome. According to the Chairman Samuel Kobia, he would also advice the incoming president to shake hands with the opposition leader so that the country can be peaceful.
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NCIC has also urged those who lose the elections to use the right avenues like going to court. According to NCIC, it's not proper for anyone to reject the results by calling for street demonstrations for that's not acceptable.
NCIC wants all leaders the winner and the loser to embrace one another and work for the peaceful coexistence of Kenyans. According to NCIC, the country must remain united even after the announcement of the presidential results.
Chebukati is expected to announce the outcome of the presidential results and it's expected that the deputy president William Ruto is likely to be announced as the winner. Whether Kenyans will be able to maintain peace after the announcement of Presidential results, it's all but an issue very critical.
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