The Deputy President Dr. William Ruto earlier today held a very high profild meeting with the Human Rights Watch Executive Director Kenneth Roth to discuss on matter's pertaining to August general elections before embarking into a series of day campaigns.
The Deputy Ruto's discussion with Kenneth Roth at Karen, Nairobi touched on how to ensure this upcoming elections wil be peaceful, fair and credible for all. According to DP Ruto, violence should not be part of this election which he believes will be fair and credible.
"A peaceful, fair and credible election is an imperative for the country. Violence cannot be part of the matrix of an election," DP says.
This meeting comes just a time when intranational elections observer's have started arriving into the country as Kenyan's are expected to go for another general poll in the next 42 days.
DP Ruto is among the top Candidates eyeing the presidential seat under UDA ticket which is. in Kenya Kwanza.
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