Kenya after Supreme court ruling

Even as Kenyans await the Supreme Court ruling on the Presidential petition this Friday, Nakuru East Deputy County Commissioner Omar Hajji Salat has called on Nakuru residents to ensure peace.
Speaking in his office on Thursday, the DCC said peace is paramount for Nakuru county and the nation at large and called on residents to accept the outcome of the court.
“We have agreed that regardless of the outcome of the Supreme Court, Kenya is one and there must be peace” he said.
While assuring the residents of Nakuru of all the plans put in place to ensure a peaceful environment, the administrator also called on residents to go back to their normal daily routine after the elections.
He said the nation can never prosper if people have no peaceful environment to conduct their daily businesses.
“As administrators our role is to ensure peaceful environment for all persons to go about their duties. I therefore call upon everyone to resume their normal duties for Kenya is a working nation” he said.
The DCC revealed that they are fully following their strategic plan as administrators after the elections.
According to the plan, at the moment they have embarked reconciliation activities among them organizing public meetings in areas identified to have had challenges in Nakuru East Sub County such as Kivumbini and Bondeni.
“We are following our strategy and we want to ensure reconciliation. we have identified areas in Nakuru East such as Bondeni and Kivumbini and we shall hold meetings to address some of the challenges for peace to prevail” he said.
This even as security team across the nation are on alert ahead of the Supreme Court ruling on Friday.

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