Western Envoys Warned Against Interfering In Kenya Elections

adiposity geneva;”>In a communiqué released after gathering of the 11th meeting of the Sectoral Council of Foreign Policy Coordination signed by Kenya’s EAC ministry, drugs Assistant minister Moses Sakuda, Uganda’s Foreign Affairs minister Sam Kutesa, Tanzania Foreign Affairs Bernard Membe, Rwanda Minister for Internal Security minister Sheikh Musa Fazil and Burundi’s minister for Public Security minister Gabriel Nizigama, said sovereignty of Kenya may be respected if the diplomats do not interfere with the electoral process.

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The ministers said they are standing in solidarity with the people of Kenya ahead of the polls

“We call upon all well-wishers to refrain from unduly interfering with the electoral process in Kenya,” according to the statement.

The ministers also said that the EAC wishes Kenya to have peaceful, free and fair elections and the West should respect the will of the Kenyan people.

Land and reforms dominated last weekend campaign trail in the quest to succeed President Mwai Kibaki. Uhuru Kenyatta went to Coastal region to try to woo voters to back their bid.

Jubilee Alliance promised Kenyans to get land reforms rubbishing claims by their competitors while in Kwale County on the issue that has caused division. “Our opponents are saying that I do not have solutions for the land problems.

They have not even mentioned me any where that I grabbed land,” said Uhuru.

In Lower Eastern Narc-Kenya presidential candidate Martha Karua took the message of hope the residents of Ukambani to elect leaders who can account for their actions. Karua toured the home turf of Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka to woo voters to elect her as Kenya’s 4th president.

“Please make a wise decision even after taking the money. Some of my opponents will do everything to get votes since they have corrupt backgrounds. It is therefore for Kenyans to decide whether they can trust a ‘hyena to keep watch of their goats’,” Karua told residents.

Another candidate in the presidential race under the banner of eagle alliance Peter Kenneth also camped at the coastal region still promising to better the lives Kenyans if elected to the high office.

He urged Kenyans to elect visionary leaders who can be entrusted with adequate security, good infrastructure and water and cautioned the residents about the dangers of a 6 piece voting.


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