Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu, known by his stage name Bobi Wine arrives in the country as an election observer for the much anticipated general election that is scheduled for Tuesday 9th August 2022.
The official campaign period ended yesterday 6th August, two days before the general elections, and it is now up to the people to make rational decisions to elect the right candidates who will lead and drive development.
Several International leaders and dignitaries are currently landing in the country to observe the election process which is scheduled for Tuesday.
Uganda’s opposition leader Bobi Wine and Kiza Besigye are among the dignitaries who will be representing different organizations to observe the elections. Bobi Wine on his Facebook page posted:
“In Nairobi with other African leaders for the election observation mission courtesy of The Brenthurst Foundation,” he posted
Elections in Kenya are usually held after every five years for the purpose of exercising our democratic rights and also to elect the right leaders, it is not content to show which side is stronger than the other.
Kenyans, there is life after Tuesday 9th August 2022, let us exercise peace and brotherhood as we have always done, we are brothers and do not accept being used by a political leader who will not care how you and myself will survive in the next five years.
Let us come out in large numbers and elect the right candidate who will create opportunities and developments for us as Kenyans. Usikubali kutumiwa kuleta vurugu, Kenya ni kubwa na ni yetu sisi sote.