Should Pres­i­dent Uhuru Keny­atta be sworn into of­fice for his sec­ond and fi­nal term?

Daily Nation (Kenya) - - LETTERS | TO THE EDITOR -

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.

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