United States government has urged election losers in Kenya to accept the elections results since they reflect the will of millions of Kenyans.
An inspiring day in Kenya watching democracy in action. Enthusiastic voters not fazed by long lines – all agree election must be fair/free. pic.twitter.com/anBwLe4nJM
— John Kerry (@JohnKerry) August 8, 2017
In a statement read by former United States secretary general, John Kerry on Thursday , the US government said it is painful to lose election but it is good to accept the results.
I know how it feels to lose…I lost US Presidency and I had a lot of reasons to complain. But you’ve got to move on, Kerry said.
I did not see any dead man voting. he added
He also dismissed the allegations that IEBC servers were hacked saying “It is the paper ballots that tell the result of this election and not the electronic transmission”
Kerry, who came to Kenya through Carter Foundation, also gave thumbs up to IEBC saying the commission showed transparency in voting, counting and reporting.