14 May, 2010

Kenya Referendum Date 4 August 2010 Results

(update) Kenyans have overwhelmingly voted in to adopt the draft New Constitution after almost three decades for a search of a new constitution. The De facto Leader of the No Team Hon. William Ruto  has just conceded defeat after the provisional votes tally by the Interim Independent Electoral Commission indicated that the "YES" team was leading by a whooping 5,234,547(69.3%) votes against the "NO" teams 2,322,169(30.7){latest results}.The Yes Team secretariat and team leaders including the President,Vice-President and Prime Minister are set to address the Kenyan Public at the Kenyatta International Conference Centre Later this afternoon. The 2010 referendum has been remarkably peaceful and seamless with few irregularities if any.


The Interim Independent Electoral Commission has officially announced the Referendum date for the proposed new Constitution of Kenya to be 4th August, 2010.Kenyan voters  will be required to respond to the question
"Do you approve the proposed new Constitution?"  Or in Kiswahili "Je, unaikubali katiba mpya inayopendekezwa?" during the said referendum. See the announcement from the Government Broadcaster KBC Link....



NB:President Mwai Kibaki has declared August, 4th as a National Holiday!

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    www.kenyachristianchurchforum.org

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