Uhuru: I will accept the will of Kenyans

By KBC Reporter

President Uhuru Kenyatta has said he will accept the decision of Kenyans after August 8th general elections.

President Kenyatta says he believes in the rule of law and the will of Kenyans must reign supreme at all times.

Speaking to journalists at the Sagana State Lodge, the Head of State said the government is putting in place mobile registration centers to allow Kenyans to conveniently access Identity Cards to enable them register as voters.

“The Jubilee Administration is committed to ensuring that every Kenyan registers as a voter,” the president said.

The president has pitched camp in the Mount Kenya region in an effort to rally Kenyans to register as voters in the ongoing mass voter registration exercise.

At every stop the President has challenged every Kenyan, particularly the youth to take charge of their destiny and elect leaders who will prioritize their economic empowerment.

On Sunday President Kenyatta was quick to assure the Country that come August 8th, he will obey the will of Kenyans at the ballot. And to ensure Kenyans register as voters, President Kenyatta has ordered local administrators to expedite the process of distribution of ID cards to their rightful owners.

He refuted claims that the government was biased in the implementation of projects across the country.

The Head of State has also moved to assure the country that Kenya’s relations with the United States of America will remain strong based on the change of leadership in the super power country.

 

 

 

 

  

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