The outgoing President of Kenya, Uhuru Kenyatta, has said that he is committed to the orderly transfer of power to the president, after a recorded speech he addressed to the people of Kenya, calling for the decision of the court to be upheld. respect
Kenyatta, refrained from mentioning the name of President-elect William Ruto in his speech, but said that he wishes ‘all the winners’ well.
“When I was sworn in as president, I promised to uphold the law and the decisions of the judiciary in everything that concerns our government,” said Kenyatta.
Kenyatta strongly supported the defeated candidate Raila Odinga.
The Supreme Court of Kenya on Monday upheld the August 9 election in which the President of Kenya, William Ruto was elected, after a unanimous decision, according to the President of the Supreme Court of Kenya, Martha Koome. issued a petition to opposition leader Raila Odinga.