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Thank you for your votes, President Kenyatta tells Bungoma residents

President Uhuru Kenyatta today visited Bungoma County and urged residents to give him more votes in the repeat presidential election, saying he was grateful for the 30 per cent support he got from the county in the August 8 polls.

Speaking on the campaign trail in Kimilili on Thursday, President Kenyatta also thanked the residents for electing Jubilee leaders for various positions.

“We have come to thank you for supporting us in the August 8 election and to ask…

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We’re ready for repeat election, President Kenyatta says

 President Uhuru Kenyatta has said he is ready for a repeat election, saying the supreme will of the Kenyan people will once again prevail.

President Kenyatta restated that he will go back to the people and prove that he won fairly during the August 8 election where the will of the people was expressed.

He told opposition leader Raila Odinga to prepare to meet him again at the ballot but should not expect a nusu mkate(coalition government).

“What we…

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President urges Kenyans to work to move the country forward

President Uhuru Kenyatta held meetings on Monday in his first public appearance after the electoral agency IEBC declared him winner of August 8 elections.

The President met security chiefs at his Harambee House office in Nairobi to assess the security situation in the country.

Afterwards he thanked the police for a sterling job keeping law and order throughout the electioneering period, but urged them to exercise the greatest of restraint when dealing with any protestors.

President Kenyatta also…

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