Deputy President William Ruto has cautioned government agencies not to interfere with IEBC.
During a media briefing on Saturday morning, the Kenya Kwanza leader said that he was putting his trust in the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC), to deliver free, fair, and credible elections.
“Let each institution offering support to IEBC keep to its lane and allow the commission to hold elections without interference. All hands should be kept off the IEBC,” Ruto added.
Ruto insisted that Kenyans should not pay attention to bribery, threats and lies, and that his team was committed to promoting peace within the country to boost economic development.
“We assure our investors of the protection of their businesses. We welcome partners of goodwill to come and assist in the re-awakening of the Kenyan economy.”
“We are all victims of an economic management system gone rogue on us but don’t despair, it is at times like this we suspend our fear of the unknown and dare to say no to anything that threatens our humanity, civility, and decency,” he added.
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The Deputy President added that the elections slated for Tuesday, August 9, 2022, will be a defining day for the citizens of this country.