Everybody Should Go Home After Voting – Kenyans President Warns

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Kenyans President Uhuru Kenyatta has warned against hanging around polling stations after casting their ballots next Tuesday.

Uhuru while speaking  in an address to Makueni residents on Wednesday warned Members of the public to go home after voting,


Piga kura, enda njumbani na ungonjee matokeo. Sisi hatutaki shida kwa taifa letu … sisi ni watu wa amani (Cast your vote, go home and wait for the outcome. We don’t want any problems. We want peace for our country), Uhuru said.

Acting Interior CS Fred Matiang’i had directed people to go home but Opposition leader Raila Odinga said voters should stay to guard votes.

Matiangi’ also issued firm directives on officials allowed at voting centers, thwarting NASA’s plans to adopt polling stations.

Besides official agents, the Opposition intends to have monitors at each polling stations to guard its presidential votes.

But Matiang’i said only presiding officers, deputies, polling clerks and accredited party agents will be at polling stations on August 8.

Uhuru further asked residents not to listen to what Raila is telling them. Uhuru, who is seeking a second term, will face off with Raila on August 8.

He said Raila will not take them anywhere and that they should vote for Jubilee for another five-year term in office.

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