President Uhuru Kenyatta has assured Kenyans, especially former Prime Minister Raila Odinga, that the 2017 General Elections will be free and fair.
This comes amid fears from the Opposition that the Jubilee Government was planning to rig the 2017 polls in favour of Uhuru following the passage of draconian amendments to the election laws to allow the IEBC to go manual in case technology fails during the elections.
Addressing representatives from 18 inter-faith churches from the Coast at State House, Mombasa, Uhuru took an undertaking to ensure the 2017 polls are credible to the satisfaction of everyone.
He urged Kenyans to look into 2017 with hope and optimism because his Government will not let them down.
He also challenged politicians to stop fanning violence and propagating hate ahead of the election, saying his Government will not spare anyone out to plunge the country into anarchy.
On the same breath, Uhuru challenged Raila Odinga to accept the outcome of the 2017 polls, saying he will accept if defeated.
Below are some of the photos of the meeting;