The de facto leader of the 'No' camp, William Ruto, said that the Kenyan voters had spoken and that they respected that decision. He also congratulated Kenyans for conducting themselves peacefully in the referendum. Preliminary results showed that Kenyans were overwhelmingly positive about the new constitution, with about two-thirds of the voters casting a 'Yes' vote. Read more: The Daily Nation
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