Curtains Close For The 2017 Kenyan Election Campaigns

Kenyans to decide their leaders on Tuesday, 8th August.

After a grueling period of crisscrossing the country and asking for votes, the official campaign period for the 2017 elections ended today.
Officially launched on May 28 by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission, Kenyans have been wooed by the various leaders seeking elective posts. Today, the two major political parties, Jubilee and NASA, held their final rallies in Nakuru and Nairobi respectively.

With their manifestoes and promises, candidates spoke to their supporters for the final time and urged them to turn out on Tuesday in large numbers and vote.
In Nakuru, President Uhuru Kenyatta and Vice President William Ruto were in Afraha Stadium, where they addressed their supporters and asked them to give them a chance to finish the work they started.

In the other camp in Nairobi, the NASA coalition led by Raila Odinga, and Kalonzo Musyoka addressed supporters that gathered at the Uhuru Park. The principals urged the supporters to turn out and help them form a new government.
The leaders asked the supporters to maintain peace and order during the election. They expressed their confidence in clinching a win.

On Tuesday, 8th August, Kenyans go to the ballot to elect their President, Governor, Senator, Member of Parliament, Women Representative and Member of County Assembly(MCA).

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