The National Cohesion and Integration Commission has called on the person that will win the Kenyan election to reach out to the opponents for peace.
Speaking on Monday, NCIC president Samuel Kobia said the election was peaceful, adding that the two leaders should also forge a way of working together.
” We prompt the winner to reach across the peak to make peace and forge a way forward. We ask for the runner to be staid and treated with form,” he said in a statement to the press.
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Kobia confided leaders who have formerly conceded defeat, averring that it’s the way others should follow.
” We confided leaders who have accepted defeat peacefully and those who are seeking legal requital peacefully.”
NCIC called on Kenyans to refrain from affronting one another as they appreciate the pain of losing.
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The commission said that each existent’s donation matters in the peace process in the country.
” We all are sisters and sisters and Kenya needs us to remain so, no matter our political confederations,” Kobia said.
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