Siaya Governor HE James Orengo has hit out at President William Ruto, asking him the open the IEBC server if he believes that he defeated Raila Odinga during the August 9 presidential election.
He slammed president William Ruto over making endless promises about improving the lives of Kenyans, insisting that time for pledges are over.
“If you are sure you won the elections, in God's name, why are you afraid to open the servers,” Orengo said claiming the servers have the truth that Raila Odinga won the elections". Said Hon. James Orengo Siaya Governor.
According to him president William Ruto is afraid of opening the IEBC servers so that kenyans will not find out that Raila Odinga won the August 9 presidential election.
"If you believe you won the elections, the servers will tell us the truth". He added
President Ruto has said the demands to open the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission servers are unlawful.
Governor James Orengo says that the fifth president of the republic of Kenya William Ruto is taking Kenyans for a ride without a clear plan for the people months after the supreme court of Kenya affirmed his election.
He further warned Politicians defecting from Azimio La Umoja one Kenya coalition party to Kenya Kwanza
“Raila is taking us to the promised land and he is going to the promised land with his people and he will do better than King Martin Luther we will cross river Jordan to Canaan". James Orengo said
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