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Live Election results 2013


Kenyans urged to embrace peace as they cast their votes
Posted on Friday, March 01, 2013 @ 16:46:52 CST by kwpnews

President Kibaki addresses kenyans on the eve of the last official campaign day and 3 days before the monday general elections

NAIROBI(KWP) - President Mwai Kibaki has appealed to Kenyans to vote peacefully and help determine the future of the nation, saying peace is the cornerstone of the country’s development.

The President emphasized that Kenyans must consolidate the development strides the country has made by ensuring a free, fair, just and peaceful election.

“Let us send a clear message to the world that our democracy has come of age. A peaceful vote is a vote for a secure, prosperous and stable Kenya,” President Kibaki said.

The President added: “Remember Monday 4th March is your date with destiny. Cast your vote and keep the peace.”

The Head of State made the remarks today at State House Nairobi in a TV/Radio address to the nation.

“This Monday, you, as a voter have a date with destiny. By voting, you decide the leadership that will manage your hopes and aspirations. In casting your vote, you will be exercising your democratic right and taking your place in history,” the President said.

Noting that every election produces winners and losers, President Kibaki appealed to those who shall be declared winners to embrace victory with humility and begin the journey of serving the people in earnest.

Said the President: “To those who will not win, your country still needs you. There are many other roles you can play in our development endeavours.”

The President also assured wananchi that the Government has mobilized all its security personnel to ensure that a peaceful election.

In this regard, President Kibaki called on all Kenyans to play their individual roles through tolerance and by embracing peace.

“We must guard our national unity and protect our homeland of Kenya,” President Kibaki said.

The President pointed out that as Kenyans cast their votes for their preferred candidates on Monday 4th for the first time since the birth of the second republic following promulgation of the Constitution, they shall be shaping the destiny of the nation.


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