President Kenyatta wins election Kenya
The incumbent president Uhuru Kenyatta, the elections in Kenya won. The 55-year-old businessman got 54,27 percent of the voters behind him and makes his second and final term of five years to start.
“To my brothers, to my worthy opponents, we are not enemies, we are all citizens of the same republic”, told Kenyatta after the final announcement of the elections. The spoke is a guide to the opposition.
But the opposition gave earlier on Friday on the rash’t respect because their complaints have not been addressed. “We have some serious concerns disclosed, but there is nothing done”, said the opposition. Thursday ordered that its leader, Raila Odinga (72) was named president.
According to international observers, there are no signs that the vote has been manipulated. The main challenger to Kenyatta had to settle for 44,74%.
The presidential elections went this year accompanied with some irregularities. Three people came by riots to life. Large-scale violence such as in the election results of 2007 took place, however, remained out. That’s when more than a thousand people dead in the East African country.
#BREAKING Kenya’s Uhuru Kenyatta wins second term with 54.27%: official
Time of placing
19:17 – August 11, 2017