Should President Uhuru Kenyatta be sworn into office for his second and final term?
FRANCIS NJUGUNA: No. We should abide by the dictates of the Constitution. There are many court cases on the matter. Let the law take its course. .
ENOCK ARABU ADEDE: President Kenyatta should not be sworn into office. The highest court in the land declared the whole election process as illegal and flawed. Such a declaration would be challenged in court with serious ramifications. It’s a NO-NO.
ROBERT TANUI: That should not happen. Kenyans should be allowed to vote in a leader of their choice through a free, fair and credible poll.
EDWARD B WEKESA: If the laws allows it, then let it be. There is no need of holding an expensive presidential election whose winner everyone now knows.
COLLINES BORE KIPKORIR: No. The country should hold the presidential election, with or without National Super Alliance candidate Raila Odinga. We need to have a legitimate head of state.
FRANKLIN MUKEMBU: Swearing Mr Kenyatta into office would be against the Supreme Court ruling and the Constitution. Let us be patient and take part in the repeat election.
GEORGE KINYANJUI: President Kenyatta should not take the oath of office since the court has allowed other candidates to participate in the poll.