President Uhuru votes in Gatundu South, decries tribal politics
President Uhuru Kenyatta cast his vote a few minutes to 11 am in Gatundu South Constituency, Kiambu County.
Uhuru called for calm assuring the nation and the continent that Kenya has maturely gone through a tough time and has proven to be a mature democracy that the rest of the continent can emulate. He decried tribal politics saying the country must remove ethnicity and religion from politics.
Uhuru reiterated that the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) officials must be allowed to do their work.
The president indicated that he was keen to heal the nation but assured to deal firmly with those disturbing peace within the country.
Responding to a journalist, the President has said there is no such thing as majoritarian democracy explaining that the problem in Kenya is tribalism.