"It's never that serious vote peacefuly and go home" KPL stakeholders urge fans ahead of todays election. - MySoccer24
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“It’s never that serious vote peacefuly and go home” KPL stakeholders urge fans ahead of todays election.

Kenya Premier League players and stake holders have urged fans and supporters of the local game to vote and maintain peace before, during and after the general elections. Speaking after their 1-0 loss to Nakumatt, Ulinzi Stars head coach Benjamin Nyagweso reiterated that there is life after election’s and Kenyans need to maintain peace and order.
“The election fever is quite high and Kenyans need peace more than before, as we wouldn’t like to have a flashback of some of the ugly scene’s witnessed some years back, the fans should vote peacefully and be ready to accept the verdict so that we can continue enjoying the game after the elections” those were words of Nakumatts target man Kepha Aswani who is also in contention of the golden boot with 6 goals four behind leagues top scorer Stephen Waruru who has 10 goals.
Kenyans who are at fever pitch in regards to elections are expected to turn out in large numbers today 08/08/2017 inorder to vote in leaders of their choices.
We at MySoccer24 also urge our readers to maintain peace and remember to vote wisely as you choose leaders of your choice.

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