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Raila Odinga Preaches Peace In First Public Address Since Elections

Azimio La Umoja Presidential Candidate Raila Odinga taught harmony while going to a community gathering at the ACK St. Francis Church in Karen on Sunday.

Raila was giving his most memorable public location since Kenyans went to the surveys, and he said thanks to the country for serene missions and races.

"We say thanks to God for having taken us through an incredible mission second," Raila said "The political decision process was tranquil, we trust that harmony will win even after the political decision,"

"We are all important for one country and we maintain that Kenya should significantly more grounded proceed,"

Raila cited a message on harmony from St. Francis of Assisi, an eminent Italian Catholic Friar, in his message to the gathering and the country.

"Ruler, make me an instrument of your tranquility, where there is scorn , let me sow love where thetre is injury, pardon, where there is question, faith....that is what St.Francis of Assisi said around then," Raila made sense of.

As indicated by Raila, similar words apply to the ongoing Kenyan circumstance, with the nation gradually moving back from the as of late finished up General Election.

"This is the thing me as an individual need to witness, that I become an instrument to bring harmony, to recuperate to join together and keep the expectation alive," he added.

The official competitor likewise communicated good faith as the cutoff time for the declaration of the outcomes moved nearer.

A triumph for Azimio La Umoja-One Kenya, as indicated by Raila, is practically identical to the Israelites' scriptural excursion from Egypt to Canaan.

"We in the Azimio La Umoja said we need to take our kin across River Jordan, to Canaan, we want to believe that we will actually want to enjy life in Canaan," Raila said "Harmony and flourishing must be tracked down in Canaan

Raila was participated in chapel by his representative Martha Karua, Wiper pioneer Kalonzo Musyoka, previous Baringo Senator Gideon Moi, Kitui Senator Enock Wambua, and COTU supervisor Francis Atwoli, among others.

In the mean time, the country's official political race results still can't seem to be declared, with a huge number of Kenyans hanging tight eagerly for the eventual outcomes from the country's electing bonus.

The competition to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta, whose 10-year residency has passed has conspicuously included Azimio La Umoja's Raila and Kenya Kwanza's William Ruto.

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