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Respect our choice and we’ll respect yours, Kenyans tell Passaris

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By Wambui Mbuthia | October 26th 2017

Nairobi County women representative Esther Passaris on the morning of October 26 went to twitter reminding Kenyans that NASA leader Raila Odinga withdrew from the race because he lacked confidence in Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC).

She said that for the process to go on, all Kenyans and not just Jubilee supporters need to have trust in it. Passaris declared this as reason for her not to vote.

Here is her early morning post;


Kenyans on Twitter went on to give her a piece of their mind with majority asking her to respect their decision to vote while others supported her cause.

Here are some of their tweets;


So kura yangu ndio haki yangu. Period have to vote

— TracyThendu (@tracythendu) October 26, 2017

I stand with you
I will not vote— Lisa Biwott (@biwottlisa) October 26, 2017

Muthoni, I respect your choice not to vote. Will you respect my choice to vote?— mapinduzi (@MaasaiNation) October 26, 2017

respect those who want to vote also— KORIR SHADRACK (@korir_shadrack) October 26, 2017

Was your win free, fair and credible? Coz it’s the same @IEBCKenya that declared you a winner. Why the double standards?— Clinton Apu (@ApuClinton) October 26, 2017

I will vote is my right

— george (@george83060562) October 26, 2017

I stand in solidarity with u. I say no to impunity, things must be done right.— Mercie A. Christine (@Sept62009) October 26, 2017

It's my birth right I must vote— Alex Ngugi (@AleNgugi) October 26, 2017

ITS UR RIGHT "NOT" TO VOTE!!!!! #IwillVote— Ann Sophia (@AnnSophia9) October 26, 2017

Respect is a two way!.. I respect yours not to vote so respect mine .. You right not to vote is not superior to mine!!!— Kuria Mugwanja (@KuriaMugwanja) October 26, 2017

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