Kenyans react to Uhuru’s election win
Peace calls filled the internet shortly after the Supreme Court upheld President Uhuru Kenyatta’s reelection.
Kenyans online urged fellow countrymen to remain peaceful despite their different political affiliations.
Some expressed their displeasure with the ruling, while others congratulated President Kenyatta.
In the typical KOT fashion, some injected some humor into the matter portraying how different sides of the political divide were reacting.
#SupremeJudgment whatever the judgement. Kenya is bigger than individuals. We have to uphold peace Kenyans. We do not have a choice.
— Terrylynn Wawy (@Telynn_Wawy) November 20, 2017
Supreme Court with unanimity has decided … Kenya needs now to heal & move forward as ONE NATION … All tribes me made to belong … Ethnic hatred & bigotry must end .. In victory, there be magnanimity.. #SupremeJudgment
— Donald B Kipkorir (@DonaldBKipkorir) November 20, 2017
#SupremeJudgment The same way we respected Maraga's previous ruling we should respect the current ruling too.
— wanjiku karanja (@MaceyKaranja) November 20, 2017
As expected, after being ‘fixed’, SCOK makes two steps backwards to preserves the State, at the expense of People’s popular will. #SupremeJudgment
— Nelson Havi (@NelsonHavi) November 20, 2017
Whatever the verdict,, we as NRM won't affected in any way. Tushajipanga….. #SupremeJudgment
— Dennis Nyambane™ (@DennisT254) November 20, 2017
— Kinyati Nganga (@d_ngash) November 20, 2017
thanks alot CJ Maraga, we now have a president awaiting to be sworn in, may peace prevail
— Clintmacryan (@wangechiclinton) November 20, 2017
— Paulo Mtangazaji (@PauloMtangazaji) November 20, 2017
— Daudi Muya (@DaudiMuya1) November 20, 2017
Vile Supreme Court wamelenga hizo perepere za NASA pic.twitter.com/k5CQHYlmRM
— Smile_Engineer? (@Freo_Kigz) November 20, 2017