On Tuesday, Ahmed Hafez, the official spokesman for the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, hailed the effective participation of the brotherly Kenyan people in the presidential elections.
In a statement, the Ministry’s spokesman hoped that this step would represent an extension of the desired progress and development that Kenyans deserve within the framework of the people’s exercise of their democratic rights.
Hafez also stressed Egypt’s aspiration to pushing forward cooperation ties between the two countries to broader horizons during the coming period.
Notably, the deputy president William Ruto has been declared the winner of the country’s presidential election, ending an unpredictable battle that had millions of Kenyans glued to their televisions and smartphones as the results rolled in. William Ruto, the president-elect, beamed as he addressed a hall filled with roaring supporters, lauding the “very historic, democratic occasion.”