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Kenyatta: august elections in peace and unity

"We can not stop our growth in this moment"

30-04-2017 by redazione

The President of the Republic of Kenya, Uhuru Kenyatta, officially appealed to all political forces and all Kenyan citizens so that the next national elections in August take place in a climate of peace and unity.
Speaking at a ceremony in Kajiado, Kenyatta recalled that this year, in particular, the country faced the ballot at an important time for its history. In fact, economic growth is also relevant globally, more than 150 multinationals have chosen Nairobi as the basis for their business, the most important European financial groups are interested in Kenya and GDP is among the highest not only at the African level.
"Such a reality can not allow pre-election or post-electoral chaos," said Kenyatta, "we have reached a level of security, civilization and development for which the whole world is watching and rewarding us. It would be crazy to play all this Now".
The message has never been so clear to the members of the opposition coalition, who have been calling Raila Odinga for a few days as a leader able to challenge Kenyatta once again or to its own leaders who during the primaries often Rejected (but always non-violent) the results of the urns when they did not see them as winners.

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