Magufuli, EAC Presidents congratulate Kenyatta for victory

Tanzanian President Dr John Magufuli was the first to write: “I congratulate Mr. Uhuru Kenyatta for having been re-elected as Kenyan President for another term.

Magufuli, EAC Presidents congratulate Kenyatta for victory

Tanzanian President Dr John Magufuli was the first to write: “I congratulate Mr. Uhuru Kenyatta for having been re-elected as Kenyan President for another term.

12 August 2017 Saturday 13:50
Magufuli, EAC Presidents congratulate Kenyatta for victory

By Azania Post Reporter

Tanzania President John Magufuli and three East African Presidents send congratulatory message to the newly elected Kenyan head of State, Uhuru Kenyatta.

The head of states used their Tweeter accounts to congratulate and wish the best to Kenyatta; Dr John Magufuli was the first to write: “I congratulate Mr. Uhuru Kenyatta for having been re-elected as Kenyan President for another term, I wish you all the best.”

Rwandese President Paul Kagame tweet read: “Congratulations my brother Kenyatta for a successful election and the trust Kenyans have placed in you! Together let’s continue to build our unity and development of our nations and Community.”

Burundian President Pierre Nkurunziza used his tweeter account to say: “On behalf of all Burundians, I congratulate President elect Kenyatta and the people of Kenya. Looking forward to strengthen our relations”.

The oldest President in the East African Countries (EAC), Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni was also not left behind. In his congratulatory message via tweeter he wrote:  “I congratulate Uhuru Kenyatta upon his re-election as President of the Republic of Kenya.”

For his part, the former Tanzania’s Prime Minister Edward Lowassa also joined the bandwagon of congratulations. In his tweet said: “Congratulations to my brother Uhuru Kenyatta on your re-election, Kenyans have spoken that they have confidence in your leadership and vision for the country”. God bless EAST AFRICA.” 

Kenyatta who has been in the office since 2013, declared winner in General election held on 8th this Month in Kenya, after garnered 54.3 percent of votes ahead his rival Raila Odinga who got 44.7 percent of all votes. 

Azania Post

Updated: 12.08.2017 15:16
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