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With Kenya’s elections barely 24 hours away, I want to take this opportunity, on behalf of Atheists In Kenya (AIK) to ask all Kenyans to seize this opportunity to exercise their constitutional right and give ourselves leaders of integrity.
In exercising our democratic and civic rights as citizens of this country, let us turn out in large numbers and vote.
Voting is a duty and responsibility that must not be taken lightly.
We have been told time and again that bad leaders are chosen by good citizens who opt not to vote. Nothing can be further from the truth. We elect bad leaders by failing to not only to vote but also by failing to vote in credible leaders.
The IEBC must realise the burden and responsibility that is bestowed upon them as far as the August 8 General Election is concerned.
Remember the last time we got close to a civil war was in 2007, as a result of the conduct of the then electoral body, the now-defunct ECK.
IEBC must ensure that the results reflect the will of the people. NOTHING LESS!
Finally, if the IEBC will handle these elections in a manner that is transparent, free and fair, then we should all as Kenyans *accept the outcome of the elections.
In any election, there must be a winner and a loser. Let us maintain PEACE during the electioneering period.
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