- John Mahama has called for calm in the wake of Kenya's post election controversies
- The former president charges all political leaders to follow democratic process whenever they lose or win the polls
Former president of the republic, John Dramani Mahama, has charged all political parties in Kenya to remain resolute in ensuring that issues of related to election violence never surface.
Speaking on how he survived the mystery of defeat in the 2016 elections, John Mahama made the case that personal feelings never mattered whenever it comes to the peace of a country.
“It is not easy to lose an election [because] it can be very disappointing,” he told the journalists while presenting interim statement on behalf of the Commonwealth Observer Group to Kenya.
Meanwhile, the just ended Kenya elections which has seen the sitting president, Uhuru Kenyatta win majority of the votes has resulted in the opposition party fiercely raising concerns of the entire electoral system being rigged.
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