Wiliam Ruto, the Kenyan President elect has received another endorsement from outside Kenya after the powerful European Council thorough it's President Charles Michel sent a congratulatory message to the new head of state.
According to information shared, the President of European Council Charles Michel has congratulated the newly elected president noting that Kenyans voted peacefully while advising the aggrieved party lead by Raila Odinga.
The Council President have advised Raila Odinga and his allies to use existing resolution mechanisms to ensure peace prevails .
Furthermore, he has told William Ruto that the council looks forward to continue their excellent cooperation on regional affairs and deepening the relations between the two partners.
Photo Courtesy; Photo Grid of William Ruto and Charles Michel
President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni of Uganda, Samia Suluhu of Tanzania, Mohammed Buhari of Nigeria, Emerson Mnangagwa of Zimbabwe are some of the world leaders who have already sent their messages of goodwill to the newly elected president.
However, Azimio La Umoja -One Kenya Alliance Presidential Candidate Raila Odinga is headed to the court to challenge the results after having termed them as null and void.
International Community plays a pivotal role in the Kenyan government and their observation of the electoral process is key.
US President Joe Biden is yet to send his congratulatory message to the newly elected president. Kenya and USA are very strategic partners in a wide range of areas from security to economic development.
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