President elect honorable William Samoe Ruto has been announced the winner of 2022 general elections by Supreme Court of Kenya. Supreme Court judges have upheld Ruto's Win hence revealing that Ruto's Victory was transparent. This ruling just come only few weeks after Azimio La Umoja presidential aspirant honorable Raila Amolo Odinga filled a petition in Supreme Court terming Ruto's Win null and void.
His excellency president William Samoe Ruto has taken through on his social media platform sharing an encouraging Bible verse, Ruto has revealed that with God everything is possible.
On other hand Azimio La Umoja presidential aspirant honorable Raila Amolo Odinga has finally partially conceded defeat. Raila has revealed that he has accepted the decision made by Supreme Court on uphelding Ruto's Victory. He added that Azimio lawyers presented all critical evidence to court regarding 2022 presidential elections malpractices bt court has finally made their final ruling.
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