Azimio la Umoja One Kenya coalition party flag bearer Raila Odinga announced that he will be heading to supreme court to challenge the win of William Ruto. The decision has brought mixed reactions from Kenyans and mostly for Azimio supporters. Some felt that Raila would have conceded defeat while others were happy that he had to seek legal action.
For that reason, Mutahi Ngunyi has send a warning to Azimio as they head to court. He has a feeling that Azimio need to work extra hard to make sure that they win the case. On his official Twitter page, he has said;
"I am proud to be Kenyan. But I will be more proud if the election is nullified with no violence. Azimio has a good case. But they are reciting poetry to a man holding a sword. I warned them in May that the deep state will not deliver. Laziness at the Supreme Court will be disaster.
Ngunyi is one of the supporters of Azimio and he has always encouraged them to do all the necessary.
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