Azimio- In light of the Supreme Court judges' impending ruling on the presidential petition on Monday, September 5, one Kenyan deputy principal, Martha Karua, has at long last spoken up.
In a video clip posted by Standard Digital this evening, Martha Karua thanks everyone who exercised their democratic right to vote for the candidate of their choice in the general elections on August 9.
"Nataka kushukuru wale walitupigia kura na pia wale hawakutupigia ni haki yao na hiyo ndio democracy." She began
Azimio-One Kenya, who had questions about the presidential results announced by IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati, petitioned the Supreme Court to get the facts.
"Sasa tuko Kortini kutafuta ukweli kwa sababu amani bila ukweli hiyo haitadumu na ndio maana katiba yetu imekubalia democracy."
Adding she said, with the ruling settled on Monday by the judges, they will accept the results of the verdicts even if it favours main competitors President elect William Ruto. Martha Karua also asked for peace and calm ahead of the ruling.
"Uamuzi ikitolewa Jumatatu tutatii kwa sababu hivyo ndio tumekubaliana." Martha Karua stated.
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