Kenyans must unite in peace
Posted Tuesday, February 26 2013 at 02:00
While Ugandans are apprehensive and preparing for a rainy day as the Kenyan election approaches, so far the main contenders in the presidential race have shown remarkable restraint at rallies.
They have been less inflammatory and shown greater tendency to unity and peace during the campaigns. It was laudable when they prayed for peaceful elections and held their arms together at Uhuru Park - signifying oneness and co-existence as Kenyans during and after the elections.
But one thing still eludes the presidential candidates - openly declaring that when the gavel comes down bang announcing the winner, each will accept the verdict, and urging supporters to follow suit. Please take the cue and do so pronto. All the best.