William Ruto calls for unity in Kenya after election victory – BBC News

William Ruto has called for unity in Kenya after defying the odds by winning a fiercely contested presidential election against rival Raila Odinga

In his acceptance speech, Mr Ruto called for unity, saying he wanted to be a president for all, and for the country to focus on the future.

“To those who have done many things against us, I want to tell them there’s nothing to fear. There will be no vengeance. We do not have the luxury to look back,” he added.

William Ruto narrowly beat rival Raila Odinga to the presidency. But Mr Odinga’s allies have questioned this.

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