Kenya Votes New President and Leadership Peacefully as Kenya Police ShineMarch 5 | Posted by David Goldman | Geopolitik, Intelligence News
Vote counting is still ongoing across Kenya after very peaceful elections on 4th of March 2013, Strategic Intelligence Service verifies.
Kenya police service has clamped down on criminal activity further complementing the emerging power of the Kenyan people and their peaceful profile.
International media had castigated Kenyan’s projecting high possibilities of a repeat of 2007-2008 post election violence.
Current provisional results show Uhuru Kenyatta is leading with over 2.2millions votes that puts a gap of nearly 600, 000 votes against his closest rival Raila Odinga.
These results will change in time as actual results are confirmed soon.
With Kenyatta leading at 54.6%, it will be a first round win that will save Kenya, one of Africa’s most developed countries and military super-powers, billions of shillings.
Kenya recently sent its military to Somalia to fight Al-Shabaab militants defeating them and facilitating the establishment of a government in Somalia after decades of Western ignorance.
Police were well deployed while raft measures to gather intelligence on criminal and political activity that would threaten the East African nations security were properly in place.
Kenya police had also acquired new resources such as armored vehicles, motorbikes, and other patrol and transport resources to increase their criminal counter-measures capacity.