Kitui Governor Dr. Julius Malombe has called on the Supreme Court Judges presiding over the presidential petition to make sure justice is delivered to all the parties involved.
He said Kenyans expect nothing but the actual state of affairs regarding the disputed August 9th presidential poll so as for the country to maneuver forward.
“We cannot afford to normalize electoral fraud in the country because doing so would set negative precedence even for future generations. The Judges must ensure justice is delivered to all parties whether in Azimio La Umoja or Kenya Kwanza coalitions,” the county chief added.
The newly sworn Governor spoke when he led county staff, cabinet members, and representatives of the community, youth, and Persons living with Disabilities in an interdenominational prayer session at the Governor’s Office complex in Kitui Town.
Governor Malombe also congratulated Azimio One Kenya Coalition Party for getting more seats in the concluded mini election held on 29th August pointing out that Kakamega and Mombasa gubernatorial seats went to Azimio. Kitui Rural, Kacheliba, and Pokot South Parliamentary seats were also won by Azimio Candidates.
Kitui Catholic Diocese Bishop Joseph Mwongela led the prayers in conjunction with clergy from other denominations across the county. The clergy stated that they hope that he will change the lives of Kitui people and bring more development to the residents and promised that they will walk the journey together by supporting him through their consistent prayers.
“Let’s work together and make this county great and I plead to everyone to give the governor an easy time to work for us and let him also give us an easy time,” Bishop Mwongela said.